The emergence of aesthetics as a distinct part of philosophy is part of the process of subjectification: beauty becomes solely a matter of subjective feeling, of taste. Art works are reduced to the contingencies of their reception. An aesthetics based on subjectivity has no way of articulating the truths in the work of arts that goes beyond their reception at a particular time.
Aesthetic judgments for Kant rely upon the fact that the object is received in the subject in terms of feeling and in terms of harmonious play of understanding and imagination.
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