We rarely discuss and frequently criticise! Even before one can reach a logical conclusion, the premature criticisms eclipse any further reasoning. The idea of censuring is more of an acquired consciousness from a traditional way of approaching a new idea, especially, if it is a creative one.
There is rarely any creative criticism, but a lot of rudimentary ways to counter them! Is it the shortcoming of the work being discussed or the author failing to satiate the highly critical mind with an entirely original (contemporary) piece of work. The criticisms may be an unconscious way to push away a new idea; they fear, if they fail to criticise, they may be ostracised for not being too critical.
There are some habits which are carried by the mind and compels the language to express that tone of resentment easily. Well practised, the critical language is different from the communication of refined reasons. Arriving at criticisms without logic lacks any creativity and creative perspective and is an undisguised contempt for creativity.
What goes on in the mind of the castigator is more of a traditional approach of curtailing a new course of communication that has the ability to transform their mind. Such fear in the mind of the censurer tilts the reason to adopt a vituperative language or well-rehearsed sarcasm. Apart from the immense satisfaction of adhering to the demands of a critical club, it also elevates them to a position of importance.
The tendency to read with a prejudiced mind deconstructs the work even before it has a chance to gather all the philosophy it emerged from. It is defeated with incisive criticisms to puncture its essence! In the superficial realm, such criticisms make quite an impact and all other approaches to creativity are erased. A vigorous type of criticism arises from a lack of depth and consideration for creating a space for sensible creative communication.
It will be beneficial to not inherit a critical approach and denigrate a creative work, to pave the path for a logical approach of viewing creativity. The onus is also on the art of creativity to present new ideas against the traditional criticisms. Work relentlessly, without losing hope and enthusiasm, to create something original and contemporary.