MR imaging has the potential to provide a comprehensive assessment of atherosclerotic disease of the aortic arch with both luminal and vessel wall imaging approaches, but typically have long scan times. MR Multitasking is useful for expediting acquisitions that have otherwise been complicated by navigator gating or ECG triggering. In this work, we present an MR multitasking technique that simultaneously produces MRA and multi-contrast vessel wall images with a single ECG- and navigator-free 3D acquisition. Four healthy control subjects and four patients with neurovascular disorders and suspected aortic atherosclerosis were scanned. The 3D, free-breathing, non-ECG sequence provided images at time points for MRA, dark blood, and gray blood contrasts.