Examples from the Web for post-modern
It took artist and critic Peter Plagens a long time to come around to the post-modern work of Bruce Nauman.
Blasim is not the kind of post-modern absurdist who trades in forced, inconsequential whimsy.Iraq, Terror, and the Surreal: Hassan Blasim’s ‘The Corpse Exhibition’|Brian Van Reet|March 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So one can almost pity Gaga, who must be wondering, what post-modern line did I step over to deserve this?
And what brought her to the top of this zeitgeist pyramid were her unrivaled skills in the post-modern art of pastiche.
We may be witnessing in Iran the first example of a post-modern rebellion.
Think about how, in the post-modern, the condition and function of drawing change.
American football is possibly the first post-modern game in that it appropriates from the old for use in a new age.
British Dictionary definitions for post-modern
Word Origin and History for post-modern
But it has been only during the later decades of the modern era -- during that time interval that might fairly be called the post-modern era -- that this mechanistic conception of things has begun seriously to affect the current system of knowledge and belief; and it has not hitherto seriously taken effect except in technology and in the material sciences. [Thorstein Veblen, "The Vested Interests and the Common Man," 1919]
So much for the misapplied theory which has helped set the artist's nerves a-quiver and incited him to the extremes of post modern art, literary and other. [Wilson Follett, "Literature and Bad Nerves," "Harper's," June 1921]
Of architecture from 1940s; specific sense in the arts emerged 1960s (see postmodernism).