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Was the art of the first millennial decade an extension of post-post modern? Post-post-post-post Modern? Post-post—oh forget it. Hey academia, don't make me pull this art car over! The MIXimalism blog makes the case for the term Miximalism becoming the official nomenclature reference of the cultural period known as the first millennial decade (2000-2010). Miximalism, like modernism and minimalism, is a term seeking to be transparent in its meaning—and, hey, the dot.com was available. Go figure.