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Report Does Fashion Art Stop At The Function Of Aesthetic Art

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DOES FASHION ART STOPAT THE FUNCTION OFAESTHETIC ART
TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 2....................................................................................................................................1CASE STUDY.................................................................................................................................1REFERENCES................................................................................................................................4
CHAPTER 2Does Fashion Art stop at the function of the Aesthetic Art?The term aesthetics have been derived from a Greek term 'aesthetic'which essentiallymeans perception, and hence on this term was adopted to refer to the principles which govern thenature and appreciate the beauty, specifically in visual arts. On the academic level Li, Y., Hu, C.and Zuo, H. has defined the term in their articleLearning aesthetic judgements in evolutionaryart systems as follows:"Aesthetics is connected to the artist in the manner Ornithology is to the birds. It is a branch ofphilosophy which primarily concerns to issues about beauty as well as artistic taste.The practicalworld of aesthetic judgement essentially connotes to the sensory contemplation. This is additionalso relates to the process of appreciation of an object, regarding the beauty, which may not bean object of art. One of the elements which find a specific place in this context is the nature,which at maximum times is the subject of aesthetic judgement."(Li, Hu and Zuo, 2013)The term aesthetics is regarded synonymous to the philosophy of art. It is primarily connectedto nature and the manner in which the art shall be appreciated, in addition to beauty and goodtaste. The Li, Hu and Zuo have also explained the term as a critical reflection of nature, art andculture. Further, it has also been explained as a theory of liberal arts or the science or sensory. Ithas been opined by many that in the practical world aesthetic judgement relates to sensorycontemplation or the process of appreciation of an object, which may not be an object of art. Onthe other hand, in has been contemplated by R. J. Goebel that"The modern time's aesthetics is concerned to simplicity which can be observed in the beauty ofart. This requirement of simplicity is especially prevalent among the younger generation.Theconcept has completely revolutionised in the sense that it no more relates to beauty and1
admiration of nature, rather it refers to going back to roots in the simplest way possible. Thus, inthe eyes of the present generation simplicity has become synonymous to aesthetics to someextent. Today more and more people view the concept as being simple and authentic(Goebel,2014)As stated by the author the younger generation of the modern world consider the term aestheticsfor describing the beauty by the attributes of simplicity, subtleness and unobtrusiveness. Thus,objects which successfully balances the character of simplicity with the modern time'scomplexity is described with the term aesthetic. By the younger generation, the aesthetic valueshall be maintained if the concerned object is constantly enriched with beauty and innovation,along with maintaining the subtle values or the aesthetic values.Aesthetic judgement typically relies on the person's ability to discriminate at the level of senses.The judgement primarily functions to examine the affective domain response about an object or aphenomenon. As observed by A. Chatterjee in his work:"Each person possess his sense of beauty or taste.It is imperative to know that every personlives with a varied perspective towards life and hence, possess different opinions and viewsabout all the objects or elements. An object which is perceived as magnificent by one personmay or may not be perceived in the same manner by others. Every person can be termed asexclusive regarding their ideas, preferences, thoughts and so on.” (Chatterjee, 2013)The author through the stated words intends to reflect that in the case of examining 'beauty', theopinion is highly sensitive to the agreeableness of each person. This can be supported with theargument that if a person proclaims an object to be beautiful, then he assumes the same for othersas well. In such cases, the person has formed an opinion not just for himself but on behalf ofeveryone. There are several other issues involved in the judgements of aesthetical values. This2
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