In the right side of the image below, it is implied that constituents up to the level of the word are considered "postlexical" and those below it are "lexical".
I can easily imagine that the prosodic word and the elements of which it is comprised are lexical, insofar as words are part of a lexicon. But what is meant by post-lexical, i.e. "after-lexical". I'm not sure I understand precisely what Nespor & Vogel are getting at with this division. Presumably something about speech processing/production...?