By centering on the concept of trans-culturality, this paper seeks to conduct on analytical research and discussion on contemporary dance work. To identify the artistic transition of the work in the course of time, I examine the definition of the boundary of culture, the discourse of relevant scholars, and the transcultural characters and types of an actual dance work. Based on the theories of a German philosopher, Welsch, W., I interpret the work Eclipse by Théâtre équestre Zingaro. I want to look at the transcultural aspects of the work, stage, movement, body, music, and choreography. The study aims to provide useful perspectives on the aspects of appropriation, glocalization, and hybridization.