The Contemporary Art Museum is a large-scale Ultimatist monument to the Modern and Contemporary Art periods with a particular focus on the post-Duchampian conceptual art legacy.
The Museum is the Monument.
The halls and galleries of the Ivory Tower and Artists' Block (Terminus Buildings) are entirely empty
- a great temple dedicated to nothingness.
The Contemporary Art Gallery is home to the Ultimatist Art Movement's
"The Emperor Has No Clothes!" collection.
The Sculpture Gardens which adjoin the museum (and extend all the way to the Museum of Sculpture & Monumental Sculpture Park) are mostly themed with "exstallations",
including the monumental "Exstallation 100%"
- which is central to Ultimatism's mission:
Like Hercules and his task of cleaning up the Augean stables,
the Ultimatists set out to clear the world's modern and contemporary
art galleries and museums of anti-art clutter.