Louis Lavelle`s ontological aesthetics can also be called Theological Aesthetics. The starting point of the aesthetic theory of Lavelle is the awareness that the aesthetics aiming at the discussion and pursuit of beauty are losing their purpose in modern times. Beauty is given in direct experience of emotion to the object (being), which is acceptance rather than human formation (transcendence of beauty). This means that the value of being appears in an emotional horizon. The value of being is manifested in various ways such as economic value, emotional value, intellectual value, moral value, and spiritual value. Art refers to capturing and expressing emotional beauty. Lavelle calls this art that aims at the primitive purpose of art `the pure art`. The pure art is a medium for those who seek spiritual value in the sense of revealing the value of being. Without this medium, humans can not enter higher values of being. For Lavelle being as such is one and unified, and the experience of the total being becomes the experience of God`s presence. That is why his ontological aesthetics can be said to be theological aesthetics.