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I compiled a little tutorial for you. My Interface language is Polish, but I'll translate the commands to English version, so no worries! Using Pen Tool (hotkey: P), make a path around the object you wish to select. However, there are other other options of making selections, but this one is the most accurate, effective (and thus time-consuming), by far! ...
As of Photoshop CC 2015.5 you can now have artboards with transparent backgrounds. Either create a new Artboard and select Transparent under the Background Contents menu or, if you have an existing artboard, simply select it in the layers panel, open up the properties windows and change the background with the Artboard background color dropdown. (Note that ...
The graphic/bracket you're copying over has a white fill turned on whilst the bottom one has a transparent fill applied to the open path. It looks like a switch back to the default fill/stroke combo might have occurred in the file you're copying from. Switching to a transparent [/] fill while the object is selected should correct that.
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