Using the term "contemporary dance", we mean the form of dance, which is not limited with any lexical or musical canons. "Contemporary dance" is not connected with any certain location or a way of presentation.
This form of dance is the embodiment of connection between people and between the objects in space and time, in which they exist. In a way, contemporary dance is a manner of physical expression of relations between human and time, in the movement: the author (a choreographer of contemporary dance) explores and feels the outside world in the perspective important for him, reacts to it through his body and presents his perception to the audience.
The choreographer and the spectator are equal participants of the process of presentation of contemporary dance and can equally count themselves the authors of the obtained result.