It's hard to imagine sustaining the creative class as the numbers inflate and the capital diminishes. But, we are also in the throws of the chopped hierarchical tree, in which a select few where given the whole share of resources and attention for their creative endeavors.
Length, size, genre, mediums, fidelity, production values are just some of the things that seem to matter less and less, as ultimately, attention becomes the trophy creatives seek, sometimes in the most desperate ways.
The death of the critical class is inevitable because the distribution of the voice is constant. An opinion is an opinion after all, and control of content doesn't exist. What you ultimately get is the good with the bad. Then this naturally follows, "what is good and what is bad". Nobody gets to decide for you anymore.