Postmodern thought allows us to continuously question modernism. Postmodernism is being prodigiously fed by all the resources of globalism and is also perceived as being in opposition to itself. Art in the present day is both a form of production, making use of the advanced technology developed in the past forty or fifty years. It includes many factions coming to terms with the perception of the universe created by modernism. This account-squaring investigates universalism, uniqueness, originality and belonging issues in modernism and establishes the micro-discourses and policies along with a pluralist perception of the world that internalize the differences between the species, which are all postponed by the center. As it did in the world at large, the postmodern approach has made it possible to re-interrogate many issues in Turkish painting, from the multidimensional use of materials to opinions, values and judgments accepted as taboos. Postmodern thought brought new and different conceptual and institutional approaches to Turkish painting and Turkish painters. Accordingly, Turkish artists began to spend more time on thought, merged rapidly with foreign art and transcended the borders of painting, place and materials in the postmodern period.
Keywords: postmodern painting, modern art, Turkish painting