aesthetic

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  • Some other body parts, designed for either aesthetic or performance reasons may be added.
  • All of these general principles of aesthetics are present within other performance elements as well.
  • The term's association with aesthetic violence has led to its use in the media.
  • Camp as an aesthetic has been popular from the 1960s to the present.
  • Also design for Aesthetics has become more and more important for capital goods in recent years.
  • So aesthetics began now to be the name for the philosophy of art.
  • Yellow and red clay were used in different areas for what seems like aesthetic purposes.
  • Critics later frequently praised both the film's aesthetic quality and its power.
  • Despite this, fans have developed their own projects using the Blood characters and aesthetic.
  • Tom claims that the overall aesthetic was to start making the most of space in the music.
  • I think nothing has such a strong influence on our aesthetic taste as the social class we grow up in.
  • In despite of the house's historic and aesthetic value, it does not receive much attention.
  • The purpose of the museum is to show the aesthetic as well as the cultural value of these works.
  • They use their considerable powers to interfere with events according to their individual sense of aesthetics.
  • Much of his equipment is custom-made, for both technical and aesthetic reasons.
  • Several changes to the rules and aesthetics of the game were made.
  • However, his enjoyment of Roman law had always been aesthetic rather than technical.
  • A final finish can then be applied to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance.
  • This is said to have reduced the aesthetic appearance of the building.
  • Roman bronze crowns have also been found, but their use could have been more aesthetic than medical.
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Meaning of aesthetic

  • noun (philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful
    he despised the esthetic of minimalism
  • adjective Relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics
    aesthetic values
  • adjective Concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste
    the aesthetic faculties, an aesthetic person, aesthetic feeling, the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success