In terms of being equals? No, I don't.
In terms of their reception being assessed as more positive over time?
Yes, but only to a degree because unlike Alien³ there are things concretely wrong with character behaviour in Alien Covenant, that divorces it's tier of quality from the original three films; but on every other level it's a cut above Resurrection, Prometheus and the AVP spin-offs. The soundtrack alone but much like Resurrection it does indeed have a wobbly third act.
It's really funny, because it's a case of the the prequel that cried wolf, because with Prometheus' initial reception there was a reaction of "Oh yeah, parts of it are stupid- but it also has this really interesting subtext, look at the crystal in the tomb man! Blah Blah Blah." Which you realise is all a crock of shit when you watch "Furious Gods" and look at Damon Lindelof's career of mystery boxes and putting things in Prometheus with the intention to intrigue, but not actually mean anything.
Where-as Covenant is actually that film, the arthouse Alien, Blade Runner mix- with stupid humans because that's not what the film's interested in- it's interested in the creator and creation dynamic. It's actually the Alien film full of subtext written by an actual playright, John Logan that everyone was initially fooled into thinking Prometheus was the first time round.