The journal publishes original papers and sources in the fields of art history, musicology, and theatrology related to Central and Eastern European arts. The submitted manuscript should not have been previously published in any form or considered for publication elsewhere. Reviews of scholarly publications, conferences and exhibitions are also accepted. Contributions are accepted in Lithuanian, English, and Polish, and in some cases other languages are also allowed.

Menotyra follows a strict anti-plagiarism policy, which targets both plagiarism and self-plagiarism. By submitting a paper for publication in Menotyra, author(s) confirm that: 1) they are aware that plagiarism and self-plagiarism are illegal and understand that plagiarism is the use of the ideas presented by another person or in a published work pretending that they are one’s own; 2) they declare that each contribution to their article has been acknowledged and sources of information from other published authors or unpublished works have been properly cited; 3) they certify that they are solely responsible for the text of the article along with all references. Manuscripts submitted to Menotyra may be checked for originality using anti-plagiarism software. The journal is published by the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, which is a member of Crossref and uses the CrossCheck publishing support and plagiarism detection systems.