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Consumption Sanctuaries and Ethics-Aesthetics Confusion from the Urban to the Virtual
An authority that has not been seen in the post-modern period, which we see the most obvious difference as the transition from the production society to the consumer society, came into contact with the trade relations. In this period, unlike the classical modernity phase, it has been experienced that many large, bright and colorful shopping places where there are millions of goods and services are transformed into places that we develop worship style behavior in order to apply our consumption obligation to magical and religious consumption sanctuaries. When we take a look at the classical and different periods of modernity, we are confronted with the fact that we are the poor of the consumer society, where the shopping centers of the sanctuaries, which provide a kind of centrality, balance and order, traditionally provided by the societies, put everything in front of us unequivocally and abundantly. In a period where a hedonistic culture is constantly injected into our minds and our cards that do not require a tangible price, and in which we are tempted to do so, both the urban and the virtual consumption temples perform their duties at full speed. The aim of this article is to examine the characteristics of the period in which pleasure has turned into consumption when the taste, style and perceptions and accordingly the needs created by consumption habits are moving away from consumption by the transformation of economic, cultural and social values within the consumer society and to evaluate the urban-virtual spaces suitable for the structure serving all these expressions.

Urban Spaces, Modernity, Post modernity, Virtual Shopping, Consumption Sanctuaries.

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