Posthipsterism rejects the idea of a cultural truth, that things are inherently fashionable. The posthipster knows that everything is relative, that admitting you like a blockbuster movie can be every bit as brave and original as knowing the latest underground indie flick.
The posthipster believes creativity is not limited to a certain subgroup. The posthipster does not define himself by how he is different than the mainstream, but is guided by his individual tastes; he might have a playlist that features both top 10 music and obscure bands; he will not discriminate against fast food or chain stores, nor will he attach a romantic idea to thrift shops and mom and pop places. He might enjoy football on sunday afternoon and read a novel at night. Everything is judged by its own merit, and that judgment is entirely subjective.