What Is Art for Me?

What is art for me?
However it turns out to be quite difficult to give a clear-cut definition of art, my answer to this question, and the formula I follow to define art from non-art is rather simple.
There are pieces of art that are highly appreciated by all, but it’s neither technique that matters, nor the choice of colors or the genre that make a work a masterpiece. My central idea is that it is the result that pushes or pulls the viewer away, it is the silent response that we feel within, when observing the exhibit, it is viewing somebody else’s heart laid out to be criticized and finding out that our souls are deeply familiar and bound with the same perception, feeling, seeing hearing, tasting and understanding...that proves a work to be a work of art.
There was never a time in history in which someone didn’t try to share the beauties of the world that were witnessed, from cave paintings to the most intricately detailed paintings or photographs that focus on every last details. Art is an indescribable personal experience for both viewer and creator.
The conceptual definitions of art have broadened considerably in the last century, with all the intrusions of modernism, postmodernism, Avant-garde, crafts movements, performance art, DIY digital technologies, etc. But the concept “art” is still required for all these cultural developments to have meaning. Even Dadaism, often considered a form of “anti-art,” can only exist as a contrast to traditional definitions of art.
Frank Zappa (an american composer, singer-songwriter, electric guitarist) once said, “The most important thing in art is The Frame. For painting: literally; for other arts: figuratively-- because, without this appliance, you can't know where The Art stops and The Real World begins. You have to put a 'box' around it because otherwise, what is that shit on the wall?"
However, we should have authority to put those boxes around. Drawing the line, “something” in the “box” may be called Art, only...