I read a sentence in "The Hindu" which was:
But in no other country than India has this current anti-minority, far-right politics resulted in a concerted pattern of lunch attacks against minorities.
The word "current" as an adjective (reason why I think it's been used as an adjective is that it is there before "anti-minority". It'd have been different if it was used after that.) means - happening or existing now.
But that seems to make little sense to me because it would mean that it(anti minority) is there for now. But I don't think that is what being implied here.