The question is one of small moment. Certainly good art pays as well as mediocre. And the cost of preparing ads is very small compared with the cost of insertion.

I don't understand the meaning of this sentence: The question is one of small moment. and this sentence: Certainly good art pays as well as mediocre.

Thanks for your explanation.


"The question is one of small moment." - the question is one of small importance.

"good art pays as well as mediocre" - you can get as much money from good art as you can from mediocre art.

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