I think it’s fair to say that Snyder tends to show sexualised and perfected bodies of both sexes in his movies. That’s been a trend in general, obviously, in superhero movies, but I think it’s a trend that may have more or less started or at least been sped along quite a bit with Snyder. I mean, he’s the guy who made this movie:
There may, however, still be a difference in how the bodies of males and females are presented in the kinds of movies that present both sexes in overly physical ways. The hypothesis would be that if you think a “male” gaze is assumed*, that the men’s bodies are presented in ways that represent male wish-fulfillment about their own bodies while women’s bodies are represented as sexual objects.
It would kind of fit that hypothesis if Superman’s kind-of-naked upper body is shown at a normal angle, the way you would look into a mirror, while Wonder Woman’s body is often shown from a low angle and butt first.
That’s just an assumption from what’s been said here, mind you - I haven’t seen WW or JL yet, so I’ll have to wait and see whether there’s anything to this. It’ll be an interesting aspect to keep in mind while watching though.
*Obviously, this concept in itself is problematic as it makes the assumption that our ways of viewing women and men sexually are primarily influenced by our own gender, which in itself is a preconception. But, it’s a pragmatic construct here that may have some value.