An art movement that appears to have some similarity with the artistic process of the earlier Dada. Consider reading article on Dadaism.

Neo-dadaism shares objectives with its forerunner, but uses much more modern elements in its compositions. Today the height of its popularity appears to have a very precise timestamp. I.e that of the 1950s and 1960s. It is also considered to have given rise to movements Fluxus, Pop Art; and Nouveau réalisme.

The group of artists who – to lesser or greater extend – are considered Neodadaists include the names of Jasper Johns, Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, Yves Klein, Allan Kaprow, and Robert Rauschenberg.