The transposable elements (called transposons or jumping genes, JGs) are DNA sequences that constitute a fraction of their host genome. They can move around the genome via the transposition processes and have been identified in various organisms, including prokaryotes as well as eukaryotes. The genes to be transposed are determined by referring to a flanking sequence that is randomly selected. A flanking sequence consisting of two genes bc is randomly selected and indicated by the pointer p. The transposon can undergo sexual or asexual transposition. In sexual transposition, two chromosomes are involved, while only one chromosome is involved in asexual transposition. In the analogy, a computational transposition operation can be designed for a genetic algorithm (GA)-based multiobjective evolutionary algorithm (MOEA) to enhance the search for novel as well as superior solutions. Thus, we proposed imitating and transcribing the biological transposition into a new computational genetic operation, the JG transposition.