(1) Other paintings in the show juxtapose cinematic effects with sections that insist upon the obdurate flatness of the picture's surface.(2) His whole idea of art is to juxtapose sound, musical associations and imagery together, as well as film, and collage effects.(3) She divides their stories into helpfully labeled chapters that juxtapose their stories at each stage.(4) Note the coincidental juxtaposition of these two Summer-themed songs.(5) By juxtaposing their class differences, Harper uses economic contrast to suggest that gender perspectives are related to class consciousness.(6) Adie's visually-illustrated stage show charts the role women have played in conflict throughout the ages, juxtaposing their part in wartime history with the garments they wore.(7) It is essentially a juxtapositional art and can arise from cut-up, chance procedures or collage techniques, though it is not exclusive to any of these.(8) The magazine had a history of such juxtapositions .(9) By juxtaposing these elements, he not only achieves a variety in his compositions, but also employs means provided by a stark contrast in his experience as a tangentially urbanised painter.(10) In a culturally plural world, subjectivity and intersubjectivity have an accommodating, juxtapositional complexity that binary distinctions misrepresent.(11) At the most literal level, a juxtapositional diction and syntax are primary to her poetics.(12) Hence, the film juxtaposes real-life footage of deep sea dives with imagined special effects of what life might look like on other planets in the solar system.(13) Some fascinating comparisons are achieved by juxtaposing the liberty and exclusivity of the traditions of the synagogue with those of the illegal trade of the mafia.(14) Your onslaught ended by juxtaposing my yoga discipline with the ‘mess’ in my Scottsdale apartment.(15) When two contrary elements are juxtaposed , the sudden surprise catches us off guard.(16) Herman's juxtapositional method usually helps her to ground ethical concerns in analyses of how difference and affiliation could be conceived in the period and thus to avoid reducing modernist community to a proleptic postmodernism.