Warning: i kinda lost myself here.
Aesthetics are vital for any movement, religious, political, scientific(like the string theory, I bet that only few people that support it also understand it) and even economic(Keynesian). Back when I was a "Normal" libertarian, during my read of Atlas shrugged, I got enchanted by the idea of galt's gulch and how everyone there would actually work hard to improve their condition, and as a consequence they would improve the lives of everybody. However the Galt engine(infinite energy) was such a big turnoff for me that I would go on to become Traditionalist, until I re-read Rothbard and eventually found Hoppe.
Now i feel as like I've gone through everything. I started brainwashed by my teachers as a Marxist, the only books I had read in the realm of politics and philosophy before that where Leviathan and The Prince. I broke out of commie brainwashing by reading Das Kapital(I never finished nor intent to). Then I became a right wing radical(NatSoc-Fascist) for a long time, absorbing all kinds of media from them; at this time i decided to read Evola and once again I would became enthralled, his arguments against modernity where pretty satisfactory for me, (It was at this time that I read Atlas shrugged and got introduced to Rothbard) except the Buddhist crap. Ride the tiger was the breaking point, since I did not like the idea of waiting and riding the tiger, I tried to convince myself in many ways but I could not. I felt compelled to read more and find answers, but because of my knowledge, I could no longer go back to modern democracy or conservatism, nor to fascism. From the works of F. Dostoevsky and Adam smith through Hobbes again to Stirner.
It took me years to find Hans Hermann Hoppe and Austrian economics and finally become an Anarcho-Capitalist. I am very solidly placed now since there is nowhere else to go, so I am staying here, figuratively speaking, to make as much as possible. This "movement" must become even more anti-fragile, in the words of Taleb, art and literature is one the keys for this. While Menger, Mises, Rothbard and Hoppe laid the long lasting foundations of Austrian Economics and Anarcho-Capitalism, because this movement is so small, in the realms of art and aesthetics very little was produced. Democrats, commies and fascists have their """utopias""", imaginary and real to fall back on, while I can only think of few novels and periods of time for ancap. It should not be this way, the aesthetics of capitalism are actually everywhere, it's very hard to think of economical progress and wealth as a product of voluntary interaction and innovation instead of *insert whatever that makes people comfortable*. Finally, to no surprise, I think the utopia IS here, created by those interactions that I described, it's just corrupted by the state, thus we already live in a dystopia. The trend of technology and science being owned and sponsored by the state and the ruling elites can only make this more obvious.
Imagine if the works on intranet were made public in the 80s, if nasa wasn't so protective of their projects and made it all public in the 90s, if the internet wasn't censored nor regulated every 2 years or if you would not go to jail for "violating" patents and copy rights.