This article proposes to focus on the hybrid work of art from the perspective of aesthetic experience. The category of aesthetic experience is helpful in creating the poetics which focuses on the role of the recipient. From the perspective of this article, it is important to analyze how the recipient constructs the meaning of the hybrid work of art (if this is possible), and to look at the process of its interpretation. Although the reception of each hybrid work of art should be considered as unique (as has been postulated by Rüdiger Bubner), the category of aesthetic experience turns out to be helpful and can be regarded as a kind of poetics of the hybrid work of art. The article distinguishes four stages of the aesthetic experience: sensory perception of the hybrid work of art, an emotional response, an attempt at interpretation, and the final completion.