From the Middle Age, human attitude towards the death has taken various changes and placed deep within the conscious minds of humans. During the Middle Age, death did not signify the end; rather, it was considered as a process of salvation to the perfect immorality. However, after the outbreak of Black Death in the 14th century which led to many economic crisis, famine, and war, death became a daily event and transformed into an image of fear rather than an image of salvation. Especially during the Baroque Age, the recognition of vain and meaningless life or finite life provoked the desires of death among the people. In addition, in relation with the current problems of life and death of human existence, God``s existence, faith and issue of salvation, the human rights to the death itself became a matter of choice. In Spanish Baroque Literature, the concept of danza de la muerte and ars moriendi became the central theme. Especially in the middle of 16th century after Concilio de Trento against the Reformation, changes occurred in the perspectives toward death after earnest counter reformation which reflected in the literature as well. Therefore, this article wish to discuss the changes in attitude toward death during the time period in La Celestina, Don Quijote, and El Burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra which all represent the Spanish literature during the Renaissance and Baroque Age.