I would say regardless of whether we look at this from a specifically biblical worldview, that even from a secular worldview this should be readily condemned, and that simply in virtue of it reducing the human person (in this case the female person) to a mere tool for the sake of appeasing unrestrained, male sexual appetites. So much seems rather obvious. This is a far cry from the once noble feminist longing for women to be seen as equals in areas of society like medicine, law, engineering, and science.
I think it is absolutely right therefore to call this out for exactly what it is, and not out of some kind of prudery, but simply out of moral obligation toward the value and dignity of women. I think it is becoming more evident that the hypersexualization of our culture is one of the fundamental driving forces behind all other kinds of societal problems: medical problems, mental health problems, socio-economic problems, etc.
That said, what this kind of display promotes to children is morally shameful, psychologically confusing, and, as such, borderline abusive. It offers nothing to our youth that suggests that their inner life matters as much, or more, than their physical appearance, and their sexuality. And to think all of this at a time when the culture is still recovering from the scandals of the #metoo movement!
In the end, this kind of ideological confusion about sex and gender basically plays right into the hands of evil and wicked men. Sure it may make some women like J-Lo and Shakira rich, but I wonder deep down how happy they are that they have to continually present themselves in this manner.
J-Lo and Shakira may be very talented in one sense, but these performances are driven primarily to appease the sexual lusts of unrestrained men, something that woman are constantly struggling against anyway. So much should be obvious to everyone, Christian and non-believer alike. In sum, I say we must speak out, and speak out boldly. Just as many (but not all) early Christians spoke out against the Roman circus and the gladiatorial displays, so too we must not fear doing the same.