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Things contemporary often describes (“contemporary ________”)
society, life, world, literature, writers, culture, art, history, theory, issues, politics, accounts, events, problems, scene, philosophy, music, thought, societies, science, situation, sources, artists, poetry, research, practice, america, writer, account, evidence, theories, poets, critics, fiction, authors, criticism, psychology, observers, records, philosophers, works, standards, documents, scholars, historians, context, developments, readers, opinion, debates, writing, debate, reality, movements, theorists, china, trends, architecture, relevance, europe, discourse, views, theology, practices, civilization, historian, thinking, scholarship, reports, drama, painting, approaches, affairs, concerns, capitalism, discussions, discussion, composers, africa, thinkers, design

Descriptive words:
younger, great, exact, older, more, near, famous, english, french, elder, most, illustrious, only, american, senior, german, close, junior, mainstream, eminent, distinguished, italian, greatest, greater, celebrated, worthy, british, literary, anonymous, brilliant, adult, earlier, spanish, informed, learned, european, known, urban, later, greek, immediate, prominent, scottish, gifted, unknown, russian, dutch, female, male, century, intelligent, roman, influential, notable, renowned, eternal, florentine, able, catholic


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See contemporary used in context: 3 rhymes, several books and articles.

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