I need to employ a similar phrase in an essay but I am not too sure whether this even exists. I think I read it a couple of times in tech blogs but I am not sure if these articles have been written by native English speakers.
What I am trying to say specifically is
The viewer is being presented a completely different mindset
(Or however I can put it right). What is is supposed to mean is that the text will inform the reader about a certain idea, different from what he is used to read.
Searching for "you are (being) presented a" gives 6 figures of results but there is a huge chunk of results which doesn't fit into the grammatical structure that "my" sentence has.
tl;dr: Is a phrase "you are presented something" or "you are being presented something" grammatically correct when it refers to a text that you read or does this phrase even exist?