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Yeah, (A) and (E) are exactly the same, and are therefore wrong for the same reason—put simply, they're backward.
Here, the author absolutely has assumed that only art and science can have the respective characteristics she mentions, but she does not need to assume that all art and/or science has those characteristics. Who cares if there's art out in the world that isn't synthetic? No one! We're concerned with astrology, up in here.
So, while (A) and (E) both say the same thing, (E) does not say say what (B) says—it says the inverse.
LIke this: the relationship between the phrase "You've assumed that if someone wears a dress, then that person is a woman," and the phrase "You've assumed that all women wear dresses," is exactly the same as the relationship that (B) has to (E).
The former says only art/science/women have a certain characteristic, while the latter says that all art/science/women do.
Let me know if you need more help.