We report on the development of a high throughput x-ray diffractometer that concurrently measures spatially resolved x-ray diffraction (XRD) spectra of epitaxial thin films integrated on a substrate. A convergent x-ray is focused into a stripe on a substrate and the diffracted beam is detected with a two-dimensional x-ray detector, so that the snapshot image represents a mapping of XRD intensity with the axes of the diffraction angle and the position in the sample. High throughput characterization of crystalline structure is carried out for a BaxSr1-xTiO3 composition-spread film on a SrTiO3 substrate. Not only the continuous spread of the composition (x), but also the continuous spread of the growth temperature (T) are given to the film by employing a special heating method. The boundary between the strained lattice and relaxed lattice is visualized by the concurrent XRD as functions of x and T in a high throughput fashion.