Merriam-webster.com's meaning:

Main Entry: jux·ta·pose 

Pronunciation: \ˈjək-stə-ˌpōz\

Function: transitive verb

Inflected Form(s): jux·ta·posedjux·ta·pos·ing

Etymology: probably back-formation from juxtaposition

Date: 1851: to place side by side <juxtapose unexpected combinations of colors, shapes and ideas — J. F. T. Bugental>

Juxtapose Interactive

The side-by-side combination of social media tools/platforms and online influencer’s presence and power, leveraged to deliver incomparable digital marketing results—one depends one another!