A term, often used in a derogatory manner, to refer to comments and rebuttals about about the current year and the actual or expected state of being for a society.

The phrase has its origins on 4chan, with satire of John William Oliver and his use of the current year as a straw man argument.
Person A: How am I privileged again? I was born to a single mother and a dad who ran away never to pay child support, only to graduate high-school as the recession peaked.

Person B: (Jokingly) You are white and male. You have no argument and should understand this, it's current year.
by B-Martini September 25, 2016
The Current Year Fallacy refers to any argument of flawed logic (also known as a fallacy) that attempts to use ‘the current year’ as a reason to push any given political, or social, reform.
‘Come on, it’s 2015!’-John Oliver (An example by prominent talk show host John Oliver using the Current Year Fallacy)
by shane_the_killer February 15, 2018
The annoying buzzphrase people use to rally people to their ideology without doing any work.
Person 1 - Why should we all be forced to believe in so and so?
Person 2 - Because It's (add current year here)!
Person 1 - What does that have to do with anything?
by Duff's Beer July 27, 2018