Danto proclaimed the end of art, as the English Wikipedia writes: The basic meaning of the term "art" has changed several times over the centuries, and has continued to evolve during the 20th century as well. (..) Danto is not claiming that no-one is making art anymore; nor is he claiming that no good art is being made any more. But he thinks that a certain history of western art has come to an end, in about the way that Hegel suggested it would. The "end of art" refers to the beginning of our modern era of art in which art no longer adheres to the constraints of imitation theory but serves a new purpose. Art began with an "era of imitation, followed by an era of ideology, followed by our post-historical era in which, with qualification, anything goes... In our narrative, at first only mimesis [imitation] was art, then several things were art but each tried to extinguish its competitors, and then, finally, it became apparent that there were no stylistic or philosophical constraints. There is no special way works of art have to be. And that is the present and, I should say, the final moment in the master narrative. It is the end of the story".
Conclusion? Nowadays anything goes…. In other words, the art world is a chaotic, anarchic scene with different currents and styles, and a whole bunch of artists competing for the attention, the consensus and the buying power of the elite and the general public.