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What are Aesthetics?
John Spacey, December 11, 2015 updated on March 27, 2016
Aesthetics is the study of artistic taste. It seeks to answer why things are attractive to the senses. This question is inherently subjective and rooted in a person's emotions, ideas and experiences. Nevertheless, it is common for people to describe remarkably similar feelings and thoughts about artistic creations such as a painting, building or musical composition. Aesthetics play a role in the design of products and services, branding, advertising and work environments.
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