Multiview alignment, achieving one-to-one correspondence of multiview inputs, is critical in many real-world multiview applications, especially for cross-view data analysis problems. An increasing amount of work has studied this alignment problem with canonical correlation analysis (CCA). However, existing CCA models are prone to misalign the multiple views due to either the neglect of uncertainty or the inconsistent encoding of the multiple views. To tackle these two issues, this letter studies multiview alignment from a Bayesian perspective. Delving into the impairments of inconsistent encodings, we propose to recover correspondence of the multiview inputs by matching the marginalization of the joint distribution of multiview random variables under different forms of factorization. To realize our design, we present adversarial CCA (ACCA), which achieves consistent latent encodings by matching the marginalized latent encodings through the adversarial training paradigm. Our analysis, based on conditional mutual information, reveals that ACCA is flexible for handling implicit distributions. Extensive experiments on correlation analysis and cross-view generation under noisy input settings demonstrate the superiority of our model.