It lived through the Lydian and Persian period after being invaded by the Cimmerians in the 7th century BC. When the Roman Empire split into two in AC 395, the region remained in Byzantine territory. Later, it came under the rule of the Seljuks. It was founded by the Cihanoğulları tribe in AC 1455, within the borders of the village of Donduran, in the area of Telozlar, 5 km west of the ancient Ortasia Ruins, which was a bishopric center of that period.
It is known that after the malaria disease in the region, the people escaped and came to their current location. It is said that it was named “Yenipazar” because the local villagers had a marketplace and they told each other “Let’s go to the newly established market”. Its economy is based on agriculture and cattle, sheep breeding and beekeeping are also carried out. Cotton and olive oil factories can be considered as industrial establishments. Drinking water is one of the income sources of the district municipality.