I'm not totally sure what you are looking for -- if you are interested in "aesthetics" as a philosophical topic I am not the right person to ask -- but quite a lot of art theory is implicitly about resistance in one way or another, although it's hard to tell at first because in a lot of venues it would be considered kinda gauche to say outright that you are an anarchist or you are working on destroying capitalism, or something.
I would love to have a conversation about this but it's hard to know where to start since the way you've posed it the question is pretty vague. For now, here is a very haphazard and very incomplete list of things I like and see as being related to this.
Websites that frequently have writing about art and anti-capitalist politics
and especially http://thenewinquiry.com/blogs/s-a-o-b/the-noonday-shadow/
Here is a really good (as in smart/interesting) review of the book Artificial Hells, which I just started: http://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/ghosts-participation-past
This is an essay by Deleuze that I quite like: http://www.parenthetic.org/minorliterature.pdf
This is an essay by Agamben on Debord's films: http://www.totuusradio.fi/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/Giorgio-Agamben-difference_and_repetition_on.pdf
A few books that a lot of people seem to think are important are:
-Relational Aesthetics by Nicolas Bourriaud (one good thing about this book is that it is short)
-anything by Jacques Ranciere; I especially like Staging the People and The Emancipated Spectator
-Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord!