"The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power."
I think it is just that. That is why I agree with the INTP statement (alongside the ENFJ and ENTJ ones) However, I often despise sculptural pieces and modern art you see in art galleries can be uninteresting. Usually I appriciate aesthetically pleasing pieces of artwork but this for example -
The first post about the types interpretation of art is anti-sensor biased. Many people in my art class are sensors, who seem to be skilled at the practical development and very aware of sensory detailed in their work (which I personally find difficulty with) They do not have the inability to understand or admire abstract concepts.