Hegel asserted that art conveys truth. The cognitive value of art is consistent with the artistic value. Art always seeks to reach absolute truth. But art develops in history, and in this respect it always expresses only epistemological truths. Modern art is based on the infinity of the mind. According to the infinity of the mind, the content of the mind cannot be fully expressed in its sensuous form, but neither can it not be expressed in it. The mind can express itself through sensuous forms, but it also knows that this expression must be incomplete. The self-reflection of modern art is derived from this infinity of spirit. The artist or spectator must be conscious of the infinity of the mind. To be conscious of infinity is to know that the content that art is trying to express is fundamentally different from its form. This difference is expressed in the form of conscious symbols. Modern art, which has become self-reflecting according to the infinity of the mind, is fundamentally sublime.