Many of the artists, especially those who have achieved success from the commercialisation of the aesthetic goods they produce, have been victims of the narrowness of the market and the lack of commercial managers such as galleries, art fairs, etc.
This dynamic has forced the creators to produce works to satisfy the tastes of a poor, empty elite with enormous difficulties to critically evaluate the work. Unfortunately in our case, the evaluation criteria are formed by the action of the social conscience of each class in each epoch of history; this action does not develop randomly, but has been determined in the last instance by the economic conditions of social life, by the material existence of society in general.
The aesthetic assimilation assumes the truth, this social consciousness in the matter of the aesthetic, has been very little developed precisely because of the difficulties of the art institutions and the existence of production and economic relations that have not allowed society to reach other states of art developing.
The conformation of good taste is given in practice and can be guided through aesthetic education. To structure judgments of "good taste" requires a high capital of cultural level, which is obtained through the investment of time, the contemplation of works of art, the apprehension of aesthetic values from the reading of books , cinematographic works, novels, musical pieces and, evidently of the academic formation and family inheritance. Cultural capital is transmitted through social relations, the family is the first institution that builds cultural capital.
These common features are acquired in the social space, considering that each stratum or social group is characterised by differences in their practices and in the assets they possess. Culture is produced in the social space and is reaffirmed through habits, which will be different according to social conditions and conditions.