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contemporaneity (s) (noun), contemporaneities (pl)
1. Two or more things that take place at the same interlude: The contemporaneity of Johann Sebastian Bach and Antonio Vivaldi can be explained in that they both lived and composed music in Europe during the 17th and 18th century.
2. The characteristic of being current or up-to-date: The shopping mall in the city had the latest contemporaneities of dresses and shoes, all very stylish and chic!
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