All your images need help, do they?
A rather non-responsive reply, don't you think?
But from it I can guess that you don't have much experience with making
a photograph. Notice that I didn't say "taking" a photograph.
Snapping the shutter is just step one in making a photograph. It's the writing of the symphony. Next comes the processing of the shot, the performance.
And, yes, all my images need "help". I intentionally shoot under-staturated and under-sharpened. And I usually slightly over-shoot the frame to give me a bit of room if I want to adjust the horizon or perspective.
Additionally, I don't have as much control over DOF as I would ideally like so sometimes I have to finish that job while editing.
And on top of that, I shoot my share of bloopers. Just as I did with film. More than once I've gone into the darkroom with a negative that was just not very good and figured out how to make an interesting image from it.
So back to the original question - do photographers have a new art form via Photoshop?
No. Just an easier, more convenient way to do what they've been doing all along.