Consumption is the use of goods and services to meet the needs of individuals. Meeting the needs in this way is beneficial to individuals and individuals. Consumption is the ultimate use in a practical context. In other words, we can say that it is a level of procurement that meets the needs of people to carry out further processing or re-circulation of goods and services. However, the fact that consumption is accompanied by the concept of culture today is due to the consumption habit reaching different dimensions. In fact, consumption refers to the consumption of consumption objects which are obligatory to use, but it is the result of imposition of collectiveism on the necessity of consuming many production objects which the industrialists who come after the 19th century offer to collect. People from ancient times-where waste objects were not yet invented-were not throwing away objects or converting them into form-functioning of another object. In consumer societies, objects are purchased - they are transformed immediately into a market. In a capitalist society, re-circulating objects and making the material of an art object stand as an opposition and avant-garde attitude to the existing system. In this context, when we look at the past of Arte Povera (poor art), we must first state that the socio-cultural and economic elements of its emergence have created compelling factors with ideological constructions, and basically the "person" becomes increasingly weak under these elements. Along with all these references, Arte Povera's spirit is the process of returning the essence of art to the pure, raising the awareness of the artists and taking a critical attitude.
Key Words: Art, Consumption, Arte Povera, Consumption Object