This study uses the phenomenological approach of place to study the place in the contemporary era, which has been portrayed by New Topography artists. This style of photography, according to human function in nature in the contemporary world, was able to reveal facts about the destruction of the earth and proved its position as an applied photography. Given the need for this method of photography in contemporary art, this study seeks to respond to the characteristics of place in this style of photography using the theoretical framework of place phenomenology from the perspective of Norberg-Schulz. The assumption that this method of photography has a phenomenological and critical view of the environment has given new meanings to it. This research explores these meanings through analytical and descriptive methods. It seems that New Topography in photography is a reflection of the anonymity and sense of the place in the contemporary era, and artists have linked the art of photography to the history of the place by recording the place of contemporary man through exploring the destruction of the environment.