Ah, ok, " is that not a transfer" . I understand now.
No, as Gobpi says, it just means you don't have any luggage. A connecting ticket, is one ticket, with two or more legs ( flights) in it.
Seperate tickets are seperate tickets and are when you book two flights, incependantly of one another, as you did. You can't turn these into connections, luggage or no luggage. Cheaper, but you lose the protection of one ticket ie if first leg was delayed the airline would put you on the next flight with available seats for the second leg, and pay for any accommodation or meals etc required in the interim period. On two tickets, you are on your own and simply seen as a no show if you miss and lose it all and forced to buy another ticket and pay for your own accommodation etc if you can't get a flight for an extended period due to lack of availability.
It's totally up to you to get to the gate, fully checked in on time, for the second leg. It's doable, probably a 80 or 90 percent chance you will make it. Ten to 20 percent chance you won't, looking at on time stats ( which does not give degree of delays or changes to schedules).
On seperate tickets, most people would recommend ideally 24 hours between flights due to the risk involved.