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  1. Beauty is a category to evaluate. A lot of people can rate an object as beautiful. But not all of these people are able to experience aesthetic pleasure. Therefore, we can say that aestheticism is the sensory perception of beauty.

    Aesthetic pleasure can be caused not only by external characteristics. An aesthetic auditory can experience aesthetic pleasure from sounds, a kinesthetic from touch, and a sniffer from aromas.

  2. The difference is as follows:

    when a naked girl goes into the sea in front of a young man, she attracts him with her beauty.

    And when she tries to make sure that her silhouette is visible to him against the background of the circle of the setting red sun – also aesthetics…)

  3. Aesthetic is a metacategory. It is not associated with only one beautiful and beautiful, but involves a number of other categories that are different from each other, but have a common connection. The category of the ugly, which even appears in the form of various decay products (excrement, carrion, etc.), is also valuable from the point of view of aesthetics.

    In relation to appearance, there are valid interpretations that refer to this kind of beauty as pleasing by its ability to flatter external feelings, i.e., to act as a charm, “charming”, which has a material, superficial element, but hardly a spiritual one. I.e., beauty that has a limited value in terms of aesthetic.

  4. I believe that aesthetics are part of beauty. After all, this concerns art, and art is a kind of beauty, if it is of high quality. I think that aesthetics can be attributed to the appearance of sculptures, paintings, etc., but to the appearance of a person, I don't know.

  5. If you look for a difference between aesthetics and beauty, then you can say: beauty is an absolute property of an object, and aesthetics are the conditions that allow you to perceive an object as beautiful. For example, the seagull is certainly beautiful, and… another creature requires fashion, cosmetics and hairstyle to bring its appearance closer, or to introduce into its appearance a” picture ” of an absolutely beautiful object – a seagull, a willow, a cat, a deer, a snowflake, a child… In human appearance, aesthetics are projectively recognizable, that is, associations are imposed on the perceiver's brain with familiar things that certainly evoke a sense of beauty: the eyeliner should beckon like a hidden lake, or glow like night stars, the gait should “punch” the picture of a birch tree in the wind, the voice should purr, and so on. You won't find much purely human beauty in the aesthetics of the female/male appearance. (Because human beauty is associated with the spirit more than the body, and this is not a trend).

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