Peter Shmelzer and his art have been called provocative, disturbing and immoral. He’s not bothered. “I’m not trying to shock anybody,” he says. “I’m not hateful. There’s a lot of things that I’m not. Look again.” In the era of Pussy Riot and Brett Bailey, the censorship of art is as big of an issue as it was when Gustave Courbet painted “The Origin of the World” in 1866.