Do the work no longer necessary since Duchamp proposed his first ready-mades. Any object out of context could become art. Everyday ordinary objects rise to special status when are used in an artistic manifestation. But this art requires an infrastructure to exist.
Art has become into a luxury that feeds a voracious market hungry for news, and that gives value to the objects by rhetoric. Money is the true philosophy of so-called contemporary art.
Fortunately art has not died. The production is massive and obsolescence of the works overwhelms. At this point is inevitable to ask the same question that Duchamp a century ago when he presented his emblematic work: What we consider art?