Aurea-variegation in monsteras is an example of chimera variegation where some of the plants tissue cells are unable to produce chlorophyll. Because this does not give the plant a genetic advantage (except aesthetically), it needs to be given very good conditions to maintain the appearance of the leaves.
Monstera Borsigiana Aurea
They grows best in bright, indirect light. Care also requires that the soil be free draining but hold some water. If you are growing this plant as a houseplant, half and half mix of potting soil and orchid soil or perlite will provide the kind of soil anthuriums prefer.