To regard or place in the same time period; synchronize.
To make modern or contemporary, as in style or decor.
To be contemporary.
To make or be contemporary.
To bring up to date; often specifically to set a historical narrative in a modern context.
(marketing) To modify, repackage, or present a well-known or traditional product or brand in a way that appeals to contemporary consumers.
Origin of contemporize
- From contemporary
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- contemporary + -ize