Modernism, which started with the Enlightenment in the 18th century, lasted until the 1950s and developed on the axis of globalization; The effort of Western societies to spread the cultural life and value judgments that will cover the whole world to other nations by turning the reality of modernism and globalization into an opportunity, II. It ends with the outbreak of World War II. After the Cold War, especially when it comes to the 1960s, the face of modernism changes, and this change also shows its effect in artistic structures. After the western modern art, which claims to be universal, claims that it is at the center of the universal and that the arts of cultures outside this center have no place in this universality; They questioned the hierarchical understanding of modern art and argued that people from all cultures should be included. Thus, a hybrid, eclectic, postcolonial and pluralist democratic structure that embraces all cultures with the internal dynamics of the phenomenon of globalization in today's art has emerged. Aesthetics that has become globalized in the axis of modernism-postmodernism, which constitutes the content of the research, has been examined in the context of the internal dynamics of globalization, and the data presented are discussed through a wide bibliography. The findings were explained with sample pictures, and a general evaluation of the subject was presented in the conclusion section.