This sculpture’s context and subject did not have anything to do with eroticism. The female figure’s nudity not only laid emphasis on her being vulnerable but also her sexuality potential. Most paintings however and sculptures as well that represented an ideal figure of a nude subject now are typically considered to be accepting and filled with beauty. It has been explained by authors such as Frueh, 1994 that it is the reality unveiling through ideals hidden that lead towards neutralizing sexual content and eroticism. Paintings and sculptures where nude figures are not hidden and are not idealized are given the name of obscene images specifically when the figure is not ideal for being displayed as nude (Hitchcock, 2011). According to Eck, 2003, however the classical nude can be described typically as being kept in sacred art realm wherein bodies do not provide any representation for sexual desires but in being admired as beauty objects. From this perspective there is no doubt in accepting the fact that contemporary art becomes pornography when the sexual act is represented in the photography specifically for sexual purposes with the motive of gaining commerce out of it. In western contemporary art, Venus and Eve are represented as nude cloaking the wealthy male patron’s prurience. However there does exist an enhanced explanation for nudism during renaissance and the industry of pornography using contemporary thought process (Angell, 2006). This explanation presents that the sexual arousal of human beings depends upon what sexually interests them and this predominantly happens by visually perceiving sexual content for which visual art can be highly appealing. Even though the medium of drawing and painting would suggest certainly to its viewers that the photograph is from an art category, it can be suggested by the imagery that it is spanning several categories and not just fitting into the categories of being either contemporary art or advertisement or pornography. The Self-Portrait by Egon Schiele (1911) presented a distorted looking image on a large phallus masturbating the self. This medium creates a challenge from reality perspective but the work representation slowly begins to blur the boundary.