If it browned out that fast something went on in the roots. If you can keep the soil moist it should recover from the initial transplant shock and dry soil conditions. You might try moving the container to a spot with some afternoon shade until it has time to recover. Hopefully just the foliage fried and the plant is still alive. A new plant needs constantly moist but not soggy soil for several weeks or more to be able to get some roots established so it is a little more resilient. In a container, especially a terra cotta one, the soil mix dries out really fast requiring watering once or twice a day in the hot weather season.
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