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anti- +‎ classical

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anticlassical (comparative more anticlassical, superlative most anticlassical)

  1. (art) Opposing or rejecting what is classical.
    • 2009 May 3, Christopher Gray, “Fidel Castro Slept Here”, in New York Times[1]:
      Nothing in the decorative scheme derives from classical architecture — indeed it could be said to be anticlassical, so thoroughly does it bypass traditional design.

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