The tectonic belt is located in the northern margin of the Bachu uplift in the Tarim Basin, which is closely related to the cause of the Bachu uplift. As the large fault in the craton interior, its tectonic activity continues to present day. It′s of great significance to study the internal tectonic deformation and its causes in the study of craton. Based on previous study, two-dimensional seismic data which is perpendicular to the trend of Tumuxiuke fault belt is used in this article. The fault-related fold is used to distinguish the axial and isometric regions, then the two-dimensional geometric characteristic of the tectonic belt are described. And the three-dimensional geometric morphology was established by using the three-dimensional modeling technique. The tectonic evolution of the tectonic belt was analyzed by using the equilibrium profile technique, and its kinematic characteristics were revealed. The genetic mechanism is explored by the movement characteristics and previous research results. It is found that the Tumuxiuke tectonic belt has the characteristics of multi-layer slip, which has the characteristics of strong tectonic activity in the western section and gradually weakened eastward. The tectonic pattern of Tumuxiuke fault belt is coincident in each section, and can be interpreted as a composite structural wedge consisting of two set of slip-off layers and recoil faults. The structural belt is initially formed in the Late Ordovician and long-term inherited activity. The growth strata and the missing strata indicate that the formation process of the tectonic belt can be divided into three periods. The tectonic activity in the Middle and Late Permian to Cretaceous is the strongest, and it is the main formation period of the Tumuxiuke structure belt. The Cenozoic tectonic activity has a strike-slip nature.