Examples cited by Sontag included Tiffany lampsthe drawings of Aubrey BeardsleyTchaikovsky's ballet Swan Lakeand Japanese science fiction films such as Rodanand The Mysterians of the s. Moe Meyer still defines camp as "queer parody". Feminist Media Studies 8 169— Style and HomosexualityDavid Bergman Ed. According to the sociologist Andrew Rosscamp engages in a redefinition of cultural meaning through a juxtaposition of an outmoded past alongside that which is technologically, stylistically, and sartorially contemporary. Often characterized by the reappropriation of a "throwaway Pop aesthetic", camp works to intermingle the categories of "high" and "low" culture.
Notes on "Camp".
The term has been in common use for many decades.