Well, it all depends on what you consider art. A lot of people seem to consider art as something that someone else does that they never could or thought to do before, like someone who thought The Sixth Sense was artistic genius cause they hadn't seen the episode "Tale of the Dream Girl" from Are You Afraid Of the Dark. So anything that makes them go "Oh! Cool" I, on the other hand, had watched Are You Afraid Of The Dark? every Saturday night (that's not including reruns) and even though I appreciated the craft and cleverness it took for the Nickelodeon writers to create that twist ending, it didn't change me or my perspective on my own existence (for all the people who have told me to kill myself and/or have threatened to kill me, I'm pretty sure I'm not a ghost). So I wasn't fooled by that or any other clever plot twist that came my way.
So basically there's three different perspectives on what makes art, and those are: craft (what I described above), emotional/intellectual response (what Ray Carney thinks, without all the double standards, hypocrisies, and exceptions to the rules), or a bunch of faggots dancing around in tights (my interpretation).
If you think its craft, then video games could be considered art, especially Contra III: The Alien Wars. If it's emotional/intellectual response (not including the synthetic kinds Carney always bitches about), then you're barking up the wrong tree, unless it's Contra III: The Alien Wars. If you fall into the third category, then it's definitely an art form, just ask this guy
. If you think it's all three, then what the hell, Tide with bleach is art.