You don't see art because you flood your eyes with preconceptions based on a life time of using urinals. If you did not have that experience with it and one was unearthed by an archaeological expedition and you saw if for the very first time who knows how you would see it, but definitely not the way you do now. It reminds me of those Yoni pedestals with the lingam inside that are so predominant among Shaivite temples and personal shrines. The lingam is invisible illustrating the spiritual nature of Shiva and transcending the merely physical while calling the physical into existence. Spoken as a former archaeologist. :)) But I also get your point and would very much like to recommend a book by Tom Wolfe called The Painted Word, and if you think tall, glass box buildings suck I would throw in his From Bauhaus to Our House. For immediate fun if you are not familiar with it, or even if you are, Google "Deconstructivist Architecture" and look at the images. They are a hoot. Also a conscious attempt to destroy the architectural traditions world wide made possible among the fruits of victory.