Synesthetic art (from the Greek synáisthēsis-co-perception) is a new type of art and creative activity in the personalistic Culture of Complementarity. Personalistic culture and ideology of complementarity of the well-tempered social system (from lat. Temperatio - proportionality, correct ratio, proper organization) is fundamentally different from the ideology and culture of tolerance of an impersonal digital society that aspires to transhumanism. The culture of complementarity protects the personality from losing their identity in the networks of the digital economy. Synaesthetic simultanism of the arts (synaesthetics) is a branch of the Aesthetics of Complementarity based on the laws and principles of I. Miroshnik's New Coordinational Paradigm of Development, alternative dialectics, metaphysics, and eclecticism. Therefore, synaesthetic art, in which the Aesthetics of Complementarity is defined, is not a dialectical synthesis or eclectic integration of various types of art.
Coordinational theory of musical and speech intoning by Irina M. Miroshnik realized in the System of performing interpretation of music. The synesthetic audio-visual composition (from lat. compositio - composing, linking, joining) the «SONG OF WAVES» is the process and result of selective cross-sensory coordination of complementary art images: the music by Franz Schubert, the poetry by Maximilian Voloshin and the image of the Sea, presented simultaneously.