Cultural heritage of painting was given to us by our predecessors. Their point was pathos of classical beauty-something modern human is completely estranged from. It’s inconceivable how productively the epistemological potential of the medium of painting was handled and manifested by the classical masters. It’s also inconceivable how the contemporary art, completely trapped in neoliberal market, surrendered to ever more demanding norms of the capital. In hopes of successfully defining itself, the contemporaneity has lost contact with it’s own time, with the point of art and with ‘’classical’’ medium of painting. This medium has a hard time finding its own sovereignty in today’s world. The information overload we are subject to produces new hybrid forms of medium for self-confirmation of egoistical, neoliberal art that breeds a corporate attitude towards classical and academical knowledge. In hopes of a bright future I address my audience to think about (in)justices of our cultural-political system, and to find place for ethics and morals of the future in their true meaning and not as hedonistic consumption of modern culture that is currently busy orchestrating it’s own downfall.