From the second half of the twentieth century, an interdisciplinary situation especially surrounding the fields of art and design has manifested itself and settled on our agenda as a concept in the recent period. It is possible to understand the concept of interdisciplinarity through the results which arise for the reason that aforementioned fields are meeting at many points in common, and the expression forms of these fields are interwining and resembling. Art and fashion have become two fields highly affecting each other for a long time. The boundaries between art and fashion beginning to blur from the end of the nineteenth century have begun to become obscure especially along with spread of the wave of postmodernism. The purpose of the research is to shed light on the interaction between art and fashion in terms of aesthetics and consumption notions that gained different dimensions in the postmodern era. Since the research is qualitative, document analysis and descriptive analysis have been used as data collection and data analysis techniques. Obtained findings have been supported by samples visually. In the consequence of the research, it has been revealed that art and fashion can be read together and have affected each other through new aesthetic quests, aesthetic renewal, commodification, commodity aesthetics, consumption and its forms in the postmodern era. It has been found that artists and fashioners have created their works by similar aesthetic concerns and made alike impressions on audience by displaying similar forms of exhibition. It is emphasized that industrial concepts existing naturally in the process of fashion which is a field of industrial design have started to take place in the center of art.
Key Words: Art, Fashion, Postmodern Era, Aesthetics, Consumption