Achieving aesthetic education appears to have entered obscurity in the age of overestimating technology and scientific knowledge. At the same time, and corresponding to these trends, many of the finalities of aesthetic education are achieved non-formally and, particularly informally, which may cause unexpected effects and, why not, with an axiological bipolar impact upon the shaping of human personality. The current study aims at answering the following questions: 1.What is aesthetic education? 2. What are its objectives? 3. What do we mean by contemporary expansion of the aesthetic? 4. What is everyday beauty? 5. How do we meet everyday beauty? 6. What are the effects of meeting everyday beauty upon achieving the objectives of aesthetic education? By articulating the answers, we expect to detect some suggestions so that we may provide the entire process of aesthetic education extending beyond the artificial barriers between the formal, non-formal and informal space of achieving it.

Key words: aesthetic, aesthetic education, everyday beauty