This study originated from catching the characteristics of contemporary art since the 2000s and demonstrating 'the Concept of Hétérochronie' in them. Contemporary art, which was influenced by globalization due to technological advancement, began to use technological media in its works. From media art to installations, various genres began to appear in a complex way, images were reused and edited, and works that deviated from the existing continuous and sequential times appeared. Such images began to show the phenomenon of being uniquely divided through the medium, among which it was possible to find the concept of Hétérochronie. In this paper, I use the theories of Gilbert Simondon and Bernard Stiegler to understand and demonstrate the alienation of human beings as reflected in; the intrinsically pure consciousness of technical media. In the work of Apichatpong Weerasethakul, the whole is connected to allegories, memories are edited and summoned, and it can be seen that the Hétérochronie is well represented in the process. Therefore, in this article, I would like to discover and analyze the clues that can lead to an integrated reason for contemporary art through his work.