The canonical example of a higher man is Goethe.
- How would his art have been better if he had appeared after Nietzsche?
I assume it would entail something dionysian, perhaps a means of externalising his intrinsic value and chaos.
Though the question is complicated by the way that the herd are not meant to admire the higher type, Nietzsche "Callicleanism", I think we could agree that any such creativity is not "petty". But what even does this mean?
- Would this higher man's creativity be the only means he has to affirm his life?
I think that, then, they would be concerned with a genuinely unifying project, rather than self-serving etc..