This manifesto aimstostudythetransformation of aestheticsfrom anti-aestheticsto trans-aestheticsandtodiscussitsprovisions in contemporary art. Inaddition, thisresearchwillfocus on theviewability of aesthetics in contemporary art byexaminingcontemporary art discussions in terms of method. Inthis sense Kuspit, whodefinestoday's art as post-aesthetics, connectsthistotherejection of aestheticswhich is thecore of creativity, andarguesthat it leadstoregressionfrom art totowhat is not art. However, forDuchampthework of art should be anti-aesthetic since theaestheticfeeling is a blocked, directedemotion. BecausewhatreallyinterestsDuchamp is theactcreating a work of art ratherthanthework of art itself. On the anti-aestheticor post-aestheticissue, the French thinkerBaudrillardpresentsanotherperspective: Trans-aesthetics. He pointsto a total culturaltransformationbytheterm "trans; extremism" that he presented. Inthiscontext trans-aestheticthinking is importantforanalyzingthecurrentstatus of aesthetics in visualarts. Insummary, theconclusionsandtheoutcomesto be reachedbyfocusing on thestates of aestheticsandtheirprovisions in today’s art will be clarifiedfrom a perspective.