The court's ruling is claimed to be (...) because it has only counted specific actions to set up some (...) simple structure of justice that only encompasses the last hour neglecting the history of events.
(...) = ? = "has only lasted for a short amount of time prior to being mentioned"
Referring to current attitudes that have arisen in the general span of an hour or day or other fairly newly developed engagement. "Of the moment" "According to recent neoteric dispositions"
The structure is simple because it is founded on only one or two just-happened pieces of evidence.
Adjacent to "transient" "transitory" "ephemeral" but in reference to a newly grown/spoken structure of logic.
"recent" and "latest" seem too general and encompassing an indeterminate amount of time, whereas the word I'm looking for refers only to the nature of the just-referenced events, which is (...)
Transient = lasting for a short amount of time
(...) = has only lasted for a short amount of time