Maybe, but that’s more or less a matter of mathematics than scripture. Either we are entering into the age of Aquarius, while still presently in the Christian age of Pisces, or we are not. You can only really first put some interest into what those signs are supposed to represent, then see how intensely astrological the Jews/Hebrews and Greeks were, and then venture off to study for at least a few hours to find a consensus. And that is, the age of Aquarius roughly starts in 2,400 CE and ends roughly 4,600 CE and there is no other age afterward. Who knows what was before creation, and who knows what will be after it is gone.
With the birth of Jesus, it began at the “ends of ages”; being Aries (egoic identity) and Pisces (“big self” identity, community) and nothing miraculous that Virgo (the virgin) is the first sign and ends with Leo (the rise and fall of civilizations) when aligned with scripture. From Pisces, next is Aquarius (the water-bearer).
Jesus was asked where the disciples should prepare the Passover meal. He told them: “Listen,” he said to them, “when you have entered the city, a man carrying a jar of water will meet you; follow him into the house he enters and say to the owner of the house, ‘The teacher asks you, “Where is the guest room, where I may eat the Passover with my disciples?”’ He will show you a large room upstairs, already furnished. Make preparations for us there.”
(Mark 14:13, Matthew 26:18, Luke 22:10)
This is a possible implication that Aquarius (the awakening) happens in one’s mind, and where communion and salvation is found; and the water in the jar is the Gospel.
To answer personally, the end of the age which “this generation” referred to was Aries who’s end was marked by the destruction of the temple; leaving the Jews nowhere to encounter God but in “Piscean Priesthood” to find a Gospel which leads to and “Aquarian Awakening” (which, given the maths of the lengths of an “age” would be right around now). Like Jesus, you and I are at the ends of two ages; Pisces and Aquarius. If the Christian seeks to pin scripture to speaking to the end of the world, it’s difficult to hold anything but a Preterist view, taking revelation and verses like Mark 13:30 into account.
The only final ends occur, first, at the beginning of creation and then, as far as in keeping with Biblical and profuse reference to the Jewish/Hebrew zodiac and one of its terms (“aion”, “age”, about 2,160 years), the age of Aquarius marks the final age, who’s end should fall around 4,600 CE.
http://asis.com/users/stag/zodiac.html (a hideous page with a great summary of “The Gospel In The Stars”, Joseph Seiss; near the bottom, see each sign described as to its meaning and how it matches the events of the Gospels in the same order)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dP3kVvj5UGM&t=1306s (absolutely brilliant video on the whole bit)