A liberation theology of art could help to undo the effects of this deadening time when art has been co-opted by the shabbiness of commercialism and the shallowness of fashion. An aesthetics of sublimity is needed. In every moment beauty surges forth from-in-as-of the unborn wisdom mind disrupting the status quo of mediocre conceptuality. The self-liberating dynamic of wisdom bliss functions through beauty, playfulness and creativity. It invites, seduces and provokes beings out of the mediocrity of subject/object's dulled perception.