Is this to form the basis for some broader discussion? I must be honest, it reads as if you may be feeling insecure about yourself relative to the the larger society. Look I don't get it either....NASCAR and Bullfighting, etc., and at one time (for along time) I found it easy to deride and objectify others based on choices that seemed to me the very definition of vulgarity and having all the aspects of the grotesque. This was often painful and confusing to me. A compelled daily acquaintence with a variety of society opened my eyes to some subtleties that I had not been aware of.
So share with me if you will your perception of the "essence" of these two divergent characters. Expand on their qualities and how they function in your cosmology. This is a class issue, no? These are choices made in just one aspect of their lives entertainment....this seems informative not determinative.. All of the people at a NASCAR event and all of the people at a bullfight share the same character? A bit black and white, BW. All the people attending an epic drama represent the most highly developed of human sentiment?
What other data may support this theory? Art is after all a broad term...choices in music, food, housing, personal grooming?
I find the idea of mountain climbing no more sensible than bullfighting...I wonder if the character of participants or spectators of each of these activities would compare? Convention would suggest that you might be dealing with two distinct classes?
And I must be a picky about the difference between judgement and choice. Can you give a description of how you see each in this discussion?