In order to answer this question, we first need to define the techniques.
Chiasmus: “rhetorical device in which two or more clauses are balanced against each other by the reversal of their structures in order to produce an artistic effect”
I.E: “Never let a Fool Kiss You or a Kiss Fool You.”
Chiasmus is defiantly at play here, for there is a reversal in structure with the second clause.
Parallelism: “repetition of grammatical elements in writing and speaking”
** “takes many forms in literature, such as anaphora, antithesis, asyndeton, epistrophe”**
** “calls attention to the wording and can emphasize the phrase’s meaning”**
I.E.: “he that will cheat at play, will cheat you any way” ; “stupid is as stupid does” ; “cousins by chance; friends by choice”
Parallelism is also at play for there is a repetition of grammatical elements with the second clause.
Antithesis: “which literally means “opposite,” is a rhetorical device in which two opposite ideas are put together in a sentence to achieve a contrasting effect.”
I.E.: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”
Antithesis is not at play for there are no direct opposites present.
Juxtaposition: “a literary device that implies comparison or contrast.”
I.E: “light and darkness” ; “acceptance and isolation” ; “youth and experience”
Juxtaposition is not at play for the sentence is not comparing or contrasting two unlike things.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have further questions!