Several automated aesthetic assessment models were developed to assist artists in producing artwork with high aesthetic appeal. However, most of them focused on static visual art, such as photographs and paintings, and evaluations of dynamic art received less attention. Dynamic visual art, especially computer-based art, includes diverse forms of artistic expression and can enhance an audience’s aesthetic experience. A model for evaluating dynamic visual art can provide valuable feedback and guidance for improving artistic skills and creativity, thereby benefiting audiences. In this study, we created eight generative artworks with dynamic art forms based on a commonly used method. We established a time-dependent model to predict the aesthetics based on visual features. We quantified the artworks according to selected image features and found that these features could effectively capture the characteristics of the changing visual forms during the generation process. To explore the effects of time-varying features on aesthetic appeal, we built a panel regression model and found that the aesthetic appeal of the generated artworks was significantly affected by their skewness of the luminance distribution, vertical symmetry, and mean hue value. Furthermore, our study demonstrated that the aesthetic appeal of dynamic generative artworks could be predicted by integrating image features into the temporal domain.