Tactical Urbanism is a grass-roots approach to urbanism however it is increasingly becoming a platform to spread ideas and organize for change. The combination of long-term planning with fast and inexpensive transformation strategies, as well as effective formula for putting good ideas into practice, can be a tool to articulate and stimulate the exercise of citizenship and a positive impact on the quality of life. Tactical Urbanism as the movement that uses rapid, small, and/or temporary projects to demonstrate the possibility and potential for large-scale and long-term changes, Evident in the literature is that Tactical Urbanism deals with issues of social equity and gentrification. To name just a few, it has been called Guerrilla, Informal, Spontaneous, Temporary, Pop-up, Insurgent, Iterative, Every day, DIY, and Tactical
Assuming a clear-cut definition about the contemporary Metropolitans requires the recognition of urban life without adherence to any presupposition, diagnosis, and without any one-sided point of view. Proposed definitions of urban spaces examine and assess present Identity that is followed based on historical characteristics that are affected by worldwide systems such as the economic systems that even change the form and function of the spaces while giving rise to some kind of metamorphosis and alternations. In other words, identity and indigenous features of the contemporary cities, which are subject to global trends and movements, need to be assessed more phenomenologically and fundamentally rather than pathologically. On the other hand, the Identity of the contemporary Urban spaces seems too complicated to be comprehended by using traditional and outdated methods. Therefore, cities are the outcome of multiple layers of information networks and different historical, cultural, ecological, economic levels, each with its specific form of social approaches and spatial mesh of urban spaces in an extensive functional structure; the structures which comprise all of the globalized features like capitalism, economic aspects as repetitive patterns of production and consumption. In the globalized economy that has been evolving for the past 40 years, the world as a totality has become an arena of exchange and cooperation with an interconnected flow of ideas, values, images, and lifestyles. This approach leads the urban forms and function to a homogeneity and Identity crisis. So, architecture, urban design, and all intangible values of space have an increasing role in facilitating the circulation and accumulation of capital.