But are these reasonable grounds from the perspective of evolutionary theory? There was a recent pop-science article going around claiming natural selection and evolutionary change was very much still in effect among modern humans.
And don't certain transhumanist fantasies about growing new organs and brain lobes posit quite a few difficulties, even if they aren't ultimately feasible in practice?
There may be some, but the selective pressure is so mild that it's not going to cause any significant changes. For instance, women delaying childbirth may result in later sexual maturity. That people with faster reaction times are less likely to die in car accidents may result in faster reaction times. But beyond that, I really don't see any major selective pressures.