Work of Art is the new Anti-Aesthetic to the self-obsessed and parasitically over-professionalized Art World.
parasitically it engrafts itself on the truth and its various systems, to prey upon them the more successfully.
Sometimes a Cirro-Stratus cloud comes along and fastens itself to it parasitically.
Is it a worm which lives in freedom here, and parasitically elsewhere?
It lives upon the gorse just as parasitically as the little green aphides live upon our rose-bushes.
1620s, from Latin parasiticus, from Greek parasitikos "of or pertaining to a parasite; the trade of a parasite," from parasitos (see parasite). Biological sense is from 1731. Related: Parasitical, 1570s in reference to toadies; from 1640s in the biological sense.
parasitic par·a·sit·ic (pār'ə-sĭt'ĭk) or par·a·sit·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a parasite.
Caused by a parasite.