The relationship between contemporary art and philosophical concept
Our contemporary culture is not just an ideology, and when we look at art only from an ideological perspective, we quickly encounter contradictions. However, culture is neither neutral nor an island that exists outside of society. From the right critical point of view, art should be appreciated as a work itself through the exploration of the physical conditions of art production and the relationship between work and society, and art must escape form as a means of a specific ideology. In other words, it should be viewed as having the individuality of the art itself. This common notion of art is, first, the product of high-quality mental activities inherent in humans, second, imitating something with true value, and third, expressing beauty, that is, beauty. This common notion must be accompanied by recognition. Intellectual recognition pursues truth, moral awareness pursues goodness, and emotional recognition pursues beauty independently. Therefore, contemporary art artists open up numerous possibilities in the process of interpretation as well as in the creation process. In doing so, we endlessly affirm the endless coincidence in the name of necessity. In this way, they pursue more metaphysical and natural philosophical aesthetics beyond artificial aesthetics. Most of the artist’s inner world thus formed comes from the outer world. Therefore, the subject or content of a work of art depends on what kind of life the artist lives, and the artist tries to contemplate and overcome realistic contradictions. Art does not exist, but feels, and has the principle of expressive impulse of its own, which is not embodied in each person’s mind. Man’s unique way of thinking arises from the mental or intellectual aspect of expressing pure composition in a subjective view, apart from material and objective objects, and is derived from the unique character of inner sound and color.