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ul·tra·mod·ern

 (ŭl′trə-mŏd′ərn)
adj.
Extremely modern in ideas or style; completely up-to-date.

ul′tra·mod′ern·ism n.
ul′tra·mod′ern·ist n.
ul′tra·mod′ern·is′tic adj.
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ultramodern

(ˌʌltrəˈmɒdən)
adj
extremely modern
ˌultraˈmodernism n
ˌultraˈmodernist n
ˌultraˌmodernˈistic adj
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ul•tra•mod•ern

(ˌʌl trəˈmɒd ərn)

adj.
very advanced in ideas, design, etc.
[1835–45]
ul`tra•mod′ern•ism, n.
ul`tra•mod′ern•ist, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ultramodern - extremely modernultramodern - extremely modern; "Dadism and ultramodern art"
modern - belonging to the modern era; since the Middle Ages; "modern art"; "modern furniture"; "modern history"; "totem poles are modern rather than prehistoric"
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Translations

ultramodern

[ˈʌltrəˈmɒdən] ADJultramoderno
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ultramodern

[ˌʌltrəˈmɒdən] adjultramoderno/a
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As such, the dedication to the composer Tishchenko is apposite, given his own interest in ultramodernist expression.
De Graaf begins with a discussion of the reaction to ultramodernist composers whose works were presented on Forum concerts.
Just this spring, fellow CalArts students Catherine Opie and Richard Hawkins shepherded their friend's art into the Whitney Biennial; in Chicago, a concurrent show at Iceberg Projects pairs Greene's finely worked mixed-media objects with new pieces from contemporary artists attuned to his precedent; and now, at the mak Center's ultramodernist Schindler House, two more friends of the artist--painters Bamber and Majoli--will organize the most comprehensive display of Greene's work to date.