noun, plural con·tem·po·rar·ies.
Origin of contemporary
Synonyms for contemporary
Related Words for contemporarynew, present-day, instant, current, present, recent, mod, now, latest, today, coeval, concomitant, attendant, abreast, extant, newfangled, red-hot, state-of-the-art, topical, ultramodern
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Contemporary Examples of contemporary
Some contemporary police have military backgrounds to fall back on.A Veteran’s View: NYC Cold War Between Cops and City Hall
December 29, 2014
That goes for its contemporary membership roster as well as for the photographers represented in the exhibition.
Paris as depicted by contemporary photography appears… lackluster.
But contemporary classical music has changed, and the field is now spawning many appealing and genre-bending works.The Best Albums of 2014
December 13, 2014
According to contemporary reports, at several of the truces, there were rough soccer matches between the German and British sides.Royals Remember The Christmas Truce of 1914
December 12, 2014
Historical Examples of contemporary
This statement is abundantly confirmed by contemporary facts.
Note 18: Mr. Robinson was educated at Harrow, and was a contemporary of Mr. Sheridan.Beaux and Belles of England
The period is contemporary with the peruke––the period is the peruke of style.Leading Articles on Various Subjects
The italics are ours: the satisfaction appears to be our contemporary's.
We do not care for their “ideals” expounded in contemporary histories and eulogies.