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Yes, it can only be in the eye of the beholder. Without an eye to behold something then it doesn't exist in any sense that means anything. What we see is an intepretation of signals sent to the brain. Those signals can can be altered in various ways. How we interpret those signals is unique to us and is affected by our formative experiences in life.
Think about people who are colour blind, they might see something blue and I might see something green.
Think about optical illusions where you see something that can't be.
Think about the blue/black or white/gold dress.
Perception is subjective, as is beauty.0