What does "contemporary juxtaposition" penny-pinching?

Answers:    con·tem·po·rar·y
1. existing, occurring, or living at the same time; belonging to like peas in a pod time: Newton's discovery of the calculus was contemporary beside that of Leibniz.
2. of about equal age or date: a Georgian table with a contemporary horsehair stand.
3. of the present time; modern: a lecture on the contemporary new-fangled.

1. an act or instance of placing close together or side by side, esp. for comparison or contrast.
2. the state of individual close together or side by side.

Placing things side by side at the same time.
for art...its similar to how this juxtapose eachother...look up juxtapose in the dic.
similarities of the present
That looks resembling a phrase conjured up for one specific purpose at one specific time - not something that is inbuilt in our vernacular. Contemporary, although it is confused with "modern," simply scheme at the same time - doesn`t matter what the time was. Juxtaposition system the spacial inter-relationship between things - especially when they are close to each other.
I'm afraid that this is one of those cases where on earth I would need to know the context to furnish you a definitive answer.
Pretentious expression for anatomical "spoon fashion."

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