This is the continuation of the paper "Transformations between Menger systems". To define when two universal algebras with bases "are the same", here we propose a universal notion of transformation that comes from a triple characterization concerning three representation facets: the determinations of the Menger system, analytic monoid and endomorphism representation corresponding to a basis. Hence, this notion consists of three equivalent definitions. It characterizes another technical variant and also the universal version of the very semi-linear transformations that were coordinate-free. Universal transformations allow us to check the actual invariance of general algebraic constructions, contrary to the seeming invariance of representation-free thinking. They propose a new interpretation of free algebras as superpositions of "analytic spaces" and deny that our algebras differ from vector spaces at fundamental stages. Contrary to present beliefs, even the foundation of abstract Linear Algebra turns out to be incomplete.