Contemporary art form is the art form, which is defined in different words by the artists, curators and historians. This art form is mainly originated after the World War II according to many art historians. The general meaning of the contemporary art is the ‘current art’ or the art, which is is seen in our life time. The meaning of the contemporary art has shifted with era. For the generation in the 19th century, their art work was contemporary for them, but for the current generation, that art work does not remain to be contemporary. The meaning of this term has changed with time. Basically it is a art movement, which started by the 1960s. Many people often considered contemporary art to be the art, which came after modernism and wrongly used as the synonym with post modernist art. The word ‘recent’ could be used to provide a simple meaning. The Contemporary artists used different approach, style and methods for their art works. The advent of new technologies played a very significant role in this. Contemporary artists work in a culturally diverse, globally influenced and technologically advanced world. The new media helped the artists to popularize their art. Visual art reached at new heights with new technologies like television, magazines and advertisements.