Aesthetics is sometimes considered synonymous with the philosophy of art (or the
arts). However, aesthetics is a field within philosophy – generally regarded as a
more recent area of study beginning in the eighteenth century – involving theories of perception that focus on the apprehension of beauty and other qualities of
intrinsic value. The objects of such study may or may not be works of art. Indeed,
examples from the world of nature as well as mathematic proofs were originally
offered as appropriate objects of study in aesthetics, each of which offered its own
type of beauty.

Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder

Verily, the concept of Aesthetics yields beauty