Ugh, AOP should never be quoted as evolution. It's the inbred child of kissing cousins.
Even if you think it or not programming languages are evolving and the last invention wasnt OO, it was Aspect Oriented Programming, again take a look at python.
The only reason C++ is not death is because is the best shot when programming at low level.
The question you are asking is - when will we lose access to hardware.
Imagine the day when you can no longer access hardware. Where you are provided an API by a vendor. Want to display an image, there is PlayVP8. Want H264? Sorry, not supported. Want to write custom fractal codec that has lossless compression ratio 100 times better than today's videos? Sorry, not supported. Want to play a video you recorded in Sony camera? Sorry, we only support Samsung.
Microsoft Phones are first example of this. Windows 8 will be the next. Which is ok, since you weren't planning on having a job in programming till retirement, were you? Because once things are standardized, the work can be performed by standardized workers which are being trained by million. Want to develop something better? Sorry, there is no hardware, and we control the platform. But feel free to license our stack and we might allow you to offer your new revolutionary codec as soon as you transfer all the patents to us and pay licensing fees.
Want to write new language? Sorry, we offer C# and VB. (remember Flash on Apple?). Remember how it cannot be implemented even if one wanted to?
This is the question you are asking.Oh, you want to use Java chipset? Sure, just pay $2 for each application you distribute to Oracle for licensing fees. People probably think this is a joke.
But again take a look at cells for example Motorola cells java the JVM implemented on HW and you build all the applications on it.
Trust me, you don't want C++ to die. And by consequence C, Go, D, assembly, ...
Of course the day when you loose access to hardware will come, but that is the day when informatics will face more serious problems than now, when a computer will manage complex things that humans do, WHO WILL CARE for a lots of stuff you care now. For the other side take an example of shader languages, they are high level languages and they run on video cards faster that any c/c++ application does. You need to understand that is natural evolution. For example you are forced to write languages and OS in Intel or AMD architecture and you don't complain about that. If you think you can make an improve you cant do anything.