I would say no.
According to Laws And Customs of The Eldar (published in Morgoth's Ring), for the Eldar the act of physical union meant that the two Elves were thus married, and according to Tolkien marriage among the Eldar was for love or at least free will upon either part. Laws And Customs B notes...
'Even when in after days, as the histories reveal, many of the Eldar in Middle-earth became corrupted, and their hearts darkened by the shadow that lies upon Arda, seldom is any tale told of deeds of lust among them.'
In any case this is JRR Tolkien not GRR Martin ;)
Tolkien's Elves were generally [the larger context here is betrothal and its possible revoking]:
'(...) not easily deceived by their own kind; and their spirits being masters of their bodies, they are seldom swayed by the desires of the body only, but are by nature continent and steadfast.'
JRRT, Laws And Customs B
In my opinion something like Elven prostitution was not even countenanced by JRRT.
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