I’ve heard of studies that show that symmetric faces are, on average, judged more attractive than asymmetric faces. On the other hand, works of art often strive for a satisfying kind of asymmetry. I think this is because there is humanity in asymmetry; being human means contending with all kinds of lopsidedness, in one’s personality, one’s ability, one’s arm strength.
So maybe there’s a one beauty in symmetry, but there’s a whole different kind of beauty in asymmetry. I suspect that the leaning of an artist in one direction or another may say something about their world view.