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To defend a mediocre artwork by explaining what it's "really" about, often using obscurantist language and references to other, better, artists. Named after Andy Warhol, an American pop artist and frequent defense shield for lazy, unimaginative and derivative artists.
1. Lady Gaga pulled an epic Warhol in that interview.

2. Bob: But you don't understand, Jesse. You don't actually dislike Frank Zappa, you just don't understand his hidden depths. *insert ontological treatise here*
Jesse: Bob! Don't pull a Warhol on me. You think Zappa's great; I don't. Let's leave it at that.
by Sijek May 31, 2010
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