Racism is the discrimination of a person on the basis of one’s colour. This happens as a result of the prejudices and stereotypes a person has regarding the other person. The Critical Race Theory illustrates that racism has been a normalised anomaly in the human societies because it serves some material and psychological end for the benefactors. Using the ring of Gyges, it is evident how camouflaging and manifesting racial inclinations can be. Moreover, Jean-Paul Sartre’s concept of Bad Faith and Falsehood shall be used in relation to racism and the concept of authenticity and inauthenticity. The ethics of juxtaposition shall foster an authentic consciousness especially through the present presence mode and the absent absence mode of ethical juxtaposition. The absent presence and present absence modes shall be illuminated in relation to their loopholes and how such affects autophotosynthafricanoscopy as a form of humanoscopy.