Since centuries, art has remained a major component of human society, and artists continued to express their notions in an aesthetical manner. However, since few decades, experts have witnessed rapid advancement in the field of information technology that has become a major concern for artists globally, as it is now an era of digitalization where technology is replacing everything, and art is one of the fields that has become a major victim of digitalization. On the other hand, some experts (Kleiner, pp. 19-22) believe that it is not present era that has initiated to digitize artwork; however, since centuries, artists have blended contemporary technology, such as drawing instruments for decorated walls in the past, and thus, history of art cannot be separated from the contribution of technology since its beginning.
However, it is an observation that contemporary advancements in IT has enabled individuals to change the representation of art from traditional art to media art through its digitization with computer software that has now become usual tools for artists globally to enhance images and videos. Thus, such digitization has created a new query of the reality of art, as humans are now changing into virtual beings in this age of media art where digitization can change the view of any individual or piece of work drastically.
Although the history of art goes back to the Stone Age; however, one can relate artwork with digitization from the 19th century that began the period of mechanical production in the form of films as films replaced physical artworks along with its role for entertainment, and societies began to accept moving images in the films as reality. However, 21st century is the era of digitalization where technology is transforming everything from culture to people into digital images. In the past, creation of artwork was an elite task; however, digital