I want to know if this phrase is correct: "Go be a postmodernist somewhere else".
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Yes, at least in American English. For several attested examples of similar phrasings in published literature, see here.
Go be a dragon man somewhere else.
Go be a bummer somewhere else.
You can go be a dog somewhere else.
Hey, man, go be a nuisance somewhere else.)