Knowing how a rainbow "works" does not seem to detract from the enjoyment to be had from observing it. Rainbows are formed at rather precise angles, and observing that yields aesthetic enjoyment.

It would be considered silly, or even rude, to claim that musicologists enjoy Bach's music less, just because they also know about the precise rules that govern the composition of a fugue. But regarding the criticism of those who see the exact sciences where they look, no such criterion applies; denigrate them as much as you like!