In response to the question posed in the title: yes.
I'm going to agree with TheYellowSign and say that 'beauty' is itself a perversion, as it is a mental construct thrust upon a 'reality' that is inherently indifferent. Yet I'm also a pursuer of beauty, in that it does make all clear.
What does this mean? The subject/object divide isn't so clear, nor is the real/imaginary. What we call 'real' is both experienced and asserted through a filter, add to that the fact that we cannot 100% accurately communicate our individual experiences to others, and it seems clear to me that it is impossible to separate our conception of what is real from what is actually real. We spend our lives not only trying to align these two things, but by trying to positively impact both. This is accomplished by acting on assumptions that sometimes prove false, but also by upholding subjective values (such as beauty and 'worth') that are equally important, though dangerous in that they do indeed force us to misrepresent our own experiences to ourselves. For example, I hear cars on the street right now, as well as a television a few rooms away. Are these incidental sounds less beautiful than Burzum? Only to a particular perceiving mind.
In short: 'beauty' presupposes a human element. When it is a result of human intentionality, as is all music, art, and literature, it is a perversion in a certain way. But do not mistake this for being inherently 'wrong', 'false', 'untrue', or any other thing. Maybe I would have done fine on my own born into the woods and raised in the wild, having been taught only by the land, but we live in the modern world. If you want to succeed, you must look to the words of those who have come before; pop music is not essential, but Nietzsche was a big help for me.