There is still eye and forms.
There is still ear and sounds.
There is still body and touch.
There is still tongue and taste.
There is still nose and smell.
There is still mind and thought.
Whilst this remains true, the Buddha's Dhamma will be relevant, and any so-called "other conditions" can be subsumed into that truth of sense-bases and their objects (and their emptiness).
When anyone spins this "modern world" line, they're neglecting what world (loka) really meant in the Buddha's teaching.