Then the viewer determines whether TO THEM it reaches the level of emotional content to become ART, to them.
Some windbag in a gallery or marketing piece can try and spin the bullshit but that is just marketing.
This is the only way the definition works. That way a singer can partake, a mime, a guy pissing on a crucifix, a movie maker,a woodworker, a dancer, an actor, a photographer, a guy in Australia making strange noises about his minimalist declarations that only silver halide analog, you do your own printing etc etc yada yada, and well as every other form of expression can be brought under the umbrella, and catagorized.
IT'S ALL CRAFT.
And ART is personal.
An artist, is a term like " a lover". Well to whom? I may not think you're a lover, I may think you're an asshole. But someone else may think, you are a great lover. OK. Some people may think you're a terrible lover and some may think you are a beginning lover and some may think that if you don't carry out every aspect of the lovemaking experience then you aren't really a lover at all.
You could have someone else do the foreplay and you step in and do the orgasm part, then are you a great lover? Beats me. Ask the recipient.
Are you a great lover if you use a totally different body part to help her attain orgasm. What about if you use an electric vibrator instead of original equipment? OR even a battery operated one. Or solar powered. Are you really a lover if you use technology like that. What about a selfie?
Same answer. Ask the recipient. It's a personal experience. If she says, you're an artist and the experience was ART. She should know.
Hell, I still think you're an asshole. But that's just me.
However in all cases, it took craftsmanship to gain the desired result.