no - just experienced
As a viewer please bring your unique regard to the artwork and just take a moment to be with it, to consider it.
As the creator I expect my artwork to transcend the known and challenge you to consider what else there might be.
That would depend on the purpose of the evaluation. If it is for study then particular attention should be given to structure, form, color, tone, perspective, anatomy and so forth. If it is for awards, or in terms of critique, technical merit can play a big role of course but mostly if it convey's what the artist/'s intended then it has done it's job.
If art makes you feel something, you feel a connection to it in someway then art will never die. That's the whole reason it exists. No one can judge, it's too subjective.
be well rewarded for a imagination
By the skill and experience of the maker, as well as the difficulty of execution.
The more frames of reference it conjours the better.
Something between a pack of chocolate bisquits and $1,000 000 is okay.
What is it's meaning? Does it bring something to your emotions? Does it resemble a "feeling"?
thats like asking how art should be made. evaluation is down to the beholder, not all art is seen in the same way, and one piece will undoubtedly recieve different reviews from different people.
i guess, the status of the artist, concept, intention, technique, and location all play a part somewhere.
if you like it or not...
If it makes an impact on a gut level, inspires and stays with you it is successful art.