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contemporary (adjective), more contemporary, most contemporary
1. Existing or occurring at, or dating from, the same period of time as something or someone else: Many contemporary patents for the incandescent light bulb were granted in different parts of the world during the 1800s.
2. In existence now: The art class at school went to the museum to see contemporary paintings of present-day artists.
3. Distinctively modern in style: The architects were busy designing a contemporary concert hall with all the newest inventions for acoustics.
4. Of the same, or approximately the same, age as someone else: Giuseppe Verdi, Richard Wagner, Franz Liszt, Robert Schumann, and Frédéric Chopin were all contemporary composers, all born between 1810 and 1813.
5. Etymology: from Medieval Latin (Latin as written and spoken about 700 to about 1500) contemporarius which came from Latin con-, "with" + temporarius, "of time" from tempus, "time".
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contemporary style
A modern design style that uses sleek, bold colors, and designs from modern designers.

Contemporary design often employs straight edges rather than curves, and tends towards minimalism.

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