The effective application of contrastive learning technology in natural language processing tasks shows the superiority of contrastive learning in text analysis tasks. How to construct positive and negative samples correctly and reasonably is the core challenge of contrastive learning. Since it is difficult to construct contrastive objects in multi-label multi-classification tasks, there are few contrastive losses for multi-label multi-classification text classification. In this paper, we propose five contrastive losses for multi-label multi-classification tasks. They are Strict Contrastive Loss (SCL), Intra-label Contrastive Loss (ICL), Jaccard Similarity Contrastive Loss (JSCL), and Jaccard Similarity Probability Contrastive Loss (JSPCL) and Stepwise Label Contrastive Loss (SLCL). We explore the effectiveness of contrastive learning for multi-label multi-classification tasks under different strategies, and provide a set of baseline methods for contrastive learning techniques on multi-label classification tasks. We also perform an interpretability analysis of our approach to show how different contrastive learning methods play their roles. The experimental results in this paper demonstrate that our proposed contrastive losses can bring some improvement for multi-label multi-classification tasks. Our work reveal how to "appropriately" change the contrastive way of contrastive learning is the key idea to improve the adaptability of contrastive learning in multi-label multi-classification tasks.