The globalization that emerged with the technology developed on the basis of the industrial revolution has inevitably caused a conflict of cultures. Hybridization from conflicting cultures has revealed cultural factors that do not conform to dual definitions and are understood negatively for this nation-state understanding. Because these cultural structures are outside the cultural norms drawn by the nation-state. In this study, the existential aspect of arabesque, a hybrid culture, was examined and its relationship with identity was discussed, and then it was found that arabesque culture was related to the liminal area. And this was the reason for arabesque exclusion. In this study, it was not understood that arabesque culture evolved with the change of society, and as a result of this evolution, music types with lighter words emerged by changing in intermediate music such as taverns. Another result of the study was examined from one point of view, contrary to the assumption that the arabesque culture relationship in liminal space would be completely eliminated by improving the condition of humans. It was concluded that this is an identity and existential phenomenon, and cannot be easily erased from the memory of society.
Keywords: Arabesque Culture, Arabesque Music, Liminal Space, identity