'Triptych of the Supreme Hypocrisy', 2021 is a mixed media artwork that adds to Aleksandar Todorovic’s current research interests. The artwork is constructed to resemble the form of a church, in order to create an open critique towards racism and homophobia that both are still fueled from several interpretations of Christian teachings by members of far right ideologies. In the central image of the artwork, the recurring in Todorovic's works 'white poop' characters (with which, he presents white supremacist members), hold a burning cross. The fire emojis on top of the crosses emphasize the online virtual nature of these kind of hate propagations. Both characters are looking at their phones, and are in an obvious state of arousal. The two images on the sides of the central image depict the corresponding phone screens that those two characters are looking at. Referencing the pop culture trope where one is actually drawn to the thing that he supposedly hates, both poop characters are seen looking at gay and/or black web cam sites. With this portrayal the artist aims to touch upon the alluded hypocrisy of toxic hate movements.