The term “Quantum” although very familiar in physics and chemistry, is still obscure. “Science” is something that reflects a prototype of the everyday life. The terms Quantum and Science are interdependent by every action in order to exercise their duty. All those seemingly self-evident truths become false which are relative to the observer and features of materiality such as clear boundaries in space and time, object location or even identity, do not pertain. An emphasis is laid on the importance of artistic endeavors in scientific ones. Quantum chemistry is often considered as a discipline that is widely occupied in all forms of artistic endeavors. In order to explore the stereotype of the quantum science one should be logical, systematic and imaginative in his thoughts. The quantum world involves finding systematic rules, analyses and explanation for the observed phenomena. There seems a large room for creativity with the power of mathematics. Nurturing these skills is a Phantom Art for many especially, with quantum science which requires keen observation and creativity generating curiosity and exhibiting fascination. The fact that science requires observation, creativity and relevance is perhaps self evident. Quantum science requires more than observation, ability to interpret and break the intellectual boundaries to evaluate, and sometimes reformulate the very foundations of the field. When formulating a successful theory, or performing a successful experiment, a scientist creates a new canvas through which we can observe the quantum world in a new light. Although this seems to be a very strong criterion, quantum science imposes an even stronger one on itself: in order for any statement or theory to be considered scientific, it must be in principle falsifiable. Einstein's theory of relativity involved creativity and insight, and at least in our mind, is a beautiful construction of the phantom art. In general, quantum science may be termed as the basis for all theoretical and experimental investigations which has the potential to unveil the lure at the atomistic level. The test of quantum science is ultimately not in the beauty of its construction but in featuring its eminence through phantom art. It is therefore pushing the boundaries, not just of human knowledge, but also between science and art.