She made it sweat out its narrow aestheticism and steel itself for erotic encounters with an ever- increasing range of hideous desiderata.
A literary movement especially of late19th-century France and England characterized by refined aestheticism, artifice, and the quest for new sensations.
affected to some extent Oscar Wilde (1854—1900), the master of aestheticism, from his daintily in unique dress to obsession in art of decoration ,he also sought to prettify his daily life;
In the history of Chinese aestheticism, the significance of Taoism and the significance of Confucianism find expression in the following contrast, Confucianism has the ideal of "benevolence" as the core and, in aestheticism, proposes the training of personal character as the artistic theme and the "the Doctrine of the Mean" as the artistic ideal, while Taoism has the ideal of "nature" as the core and, in aestheticism, proposes the pursuit of individualism and freedom as well as "co-existence of man and nature".
Art has played the dominant rhythm of auditory and spirit aestheticism.
The basic goal of fine arts teaching lies in training students aestheticism and artistic creativity.
日本当代唯美主义代表作家三岛由纪夫 (1925—1970年) 是一个极具争议的人物。
Representing contemporary Japanese writers of aestheticism, Mishima Yukio (1925-1970) is a greatly disputed person.
Oscer Wilde was the most active advocator and also the earnest practitioner of aestheticism.
In contemporary times, the aestheticism and consumption culture is notably incorporated into each other.
That an unparalleled insistence on excellence, quality, and aestheticism that distinguish us in the region.