Many novel physical properties of twisted bilayer graphene have been discovered and studied successively, but the physical mechanism of the chiral modulation of BLG by a twisted angle lacks theoretical research. In this work, the density functional theory, the wavefunction analysis of the excited state, and the quantum theory of atoms in molecules are used to calculate and analyze the anti-symmetric chiral characteristics of zigzag-edge twisted bilayer graphene quantum dots based on periodic complementary twisted angles. The analysis of the partial density of states shows that Moiré superlattices can effectively adjust the contribution of the atomic basis function of the fragment to the transition dipole moment. The topological analysis of electron density indicates that the Moiré superlattices structure can enhance the localization of the system, increasing the electron density of the Moiré central ring, reducing the electron surge capacity in general and inducing the reversed helical properties of the top and underlying graphene, which can be used as the origin of the chiral discrimination; it also reveals the mole in the superlattice chiral physical mechanism. On this basis, we will also study the nonlinear optical properties of twisted bilayer graphene based on a twisted angle.