Since the dawn of the modern era a century ago, the evolution of the art of photography reformed photographic forms of expression. Introduced in part by innovative precedents of proto modern photography with multimedia methodologies. The formative avant-garde years searched in experimentation for redefinition with new directions that abandoned traditional art forms. Emerging outside classical genre, subjects and meaning that advanced inventive potentials with state-of-the-art criteria. Today the unrelenting motif of discovery continues to prevail through a process unbound by diverse methodologies in art. Digital and post-digital eras unfold with future resolutions that seek unconventional paths without historical categories. Pluralistic activities with no borders, once perceived as the enemy of art historical monarchies alike, are strategies that influence transdisciplinary methodologies in theory and practice. The ever-widening photographic discourse across disciplines by artists and authors, curators and scholars continues to provide ahistorical change without category. Which breaks further from orthodox narratives as unpredictable transdisciplinary practices lay groundwork.