The 20th century was an age of transition. In the field of aesthetics we witness a shift from clearly identifiable canon of taste to an unidentified aesthetics values. This shift can be interpretated by two opposite points of view: one in support of modern art, as theorized by Walter Benjamin, and the other against, as argued by Hans Sedlmayer.

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MILANI, RAFFAELE
2017

Abstract

The 20th century was an age of transition. In the field of aesthetics we witness a shift from clearly identifiable canon of taste to an unidentified aesthetics values. This shift can be interpretated by two opposite points of view: one in support of modern art, as theorized by Walter Benjamin, and the other against, as argued by Hans Sedlmayer.
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