Within the context of this paper - in the way of Husserl - the author takles under consideration the effectiveness of the cognition, directed towards the transcendent object. Following all the particular phenomenological reductions he aims to establish the foundation of certainty iof the human knowledge. At first he focuses on the nature of the pure individual phenomenon taken itself - abstractedly as a phenomenon of consciousness - framed as an undoubted data of the cognition. Nevertheless, as the individual phenomenon is not intersubjectively communicated (which is caused its individuality), he is forced farther to refer into the Husserl's conception of the pure phenomenon of general forms, considered as a condition of existing other sciences. At the end of the paper the author revels the new meaning of the transcendence, which is the result of the phenomenological reductions and compares it with the traditional meaning of this term.