aestheticsaesthetics | meaning of aesthetics in Collins Dictionariesaesthetics meaning, definition, what is aesthetics: the branch of philosophy concerned with the study of such concepts as beauty, taste, etc: Learn more.the branch of philosophy concerned with the study of such concepts as beauty, taste, etcWhat does aesthetics mean and how do you use aesthetics in a sentence?[URL]/aesthetics
C18: from Greek aisthētikos perceptible by the senses, from aisthesthai to perceive
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regional note: in AM, also use estheticsuncount nounAesthetics is a branch of philosophy concerned with the study of the idea of beauty.
Example sentences containing 'aesthetics'
Expect machines from the Mittys; aesthetics from the Anders; balks from the Berklis.Tepper, Sheri S. A PLAGUE OF ANGELSA professor for the Art School had remarked that he' dnevermet a man with a poorersense of aesthetics.Clive Barker COLDHEART CANYONOn the far side of the plaza of columnsstood a building that was in some ways the paradigm of Ketherian aesthetics.Clive Barker EVERVILLE"" I didn't ignoreChinese aesthetics in the JadeTraderexhibit," Lianne said stiffly.Elizabeth Lowell JADE ISLAND