He was born in 1926 in Bulgaria. Between 1946 and 1949, he studied etching at the Ankara Gazi Institute of Education, Department of Art Education. Between 1953-54, he worked at the Munich Academy of Graphic Arts and between 1955-58 at the Stuttgart School of Graphic Arts. After 1957, he made researches in European museums. When he returned to Turkey, he soon became known for his artworks. He worked as the head of the Department of Graphics and the school director at the School of Applied Fine Arts (now known as the Marmara University, Faculty of Fine Arts). He participated in state exhibitions between 1958-75. He opened his first solo exhibitions in 1958 at the Senatore Gallery in Stuttgart and in 1959 at the Vienna State Gallery. After 1960, he participated in the Ljubljana International Engraving Art Exhibition, Tokyo, Ravenna Printmaking Exhibitions. He participated in Contemporary Turkish Graphic Exhibitions in Romania, Tunisia, Algeria, and Lebanon, in Sao Paulo International Biennial in 1967, and in Germany International Graphic Exhibition in Frechen in 1974, 1976, and 1978. His works were exhibited in Contemporary Turkish Art exhibitions circulated in European countries between 1963-64. Aslier, who opened his first solo exhibitions in Istanbul, Turkey at the beginning of the 1960s, continued these exhibition in 1967 in Istanbul and Ankara. In 1973, he won the Republic Award in the exhibition held for the Republic of Turkey’s 50th anniversary, and in 1974 he won the achievement award in the State Painting and Sculpture Exhibition. He established and developed a studio on his own behalf and made a major contribution to the spread and adoption of original printmaking, especially among the young generation of artists, by transforming the school's printmaking studio into a resource studio. In 1985, he became a professor and was elected as the Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Marmara University. In 1993, Aslier produced original printmaking works at Çamlıca Art House. The artist, who had many successful exhibitions and prestigious awards, passed away in 2015.