This is a three-dimensional Statue Park puzzle.1 The five squares in the below image depict the five levels of a $4\times4\times5$ cuboid. The goal is to fit inside it the four three-dimensional pieces shown in the picture, so that the resulting space satisfies the following conditions:
- The pieces can be rotated or reflected along any axis.
- No piece can be orthogonally adjacent to another piece.
- The cells not occupied by pieces must all be orthogonally connected.
- Cells marked with a black circle must be part of a piece, and cells marked with a white circle cannot be part of a piece.
1 The Statue Park puzzle type was invented by Palmer Mebane. The original rules can be found on his blog.