I'm learning that when it comes to what you consider art, not only is it highly subjective, but you really have to disregard what anyone else says or thinks or feels about it. If you appreciate it, if you like it, or if it speaks to you, then that's all that matters with respect to that work of art. Once you dispense with trying to get other persons to share in your appreciation of art you enjoy, you are free to bask in what you like and say to hell with other persons' purely subjective opinions about it. Of course, your own opinion about it or any other work of art is purely subjective too, but to you, that's all that matters.
I read something the other day a photographer wrote that resonated with me in that regard. He wrote, "You can improve your photography and life 100% by not caring what other people think."
It's similar to what I've read many writers and composers and songwriters say or write. Essentially, many of them say they write or compose for themselves. If readers or listeners appreciate what they do, great, but they do it to please and express themselves.