In theory you could cut the marketplace items out of their background by using common background removal methods. They could be pasted to your empty street image as new layers. Applying Edit > Transform > Perspective to the clips could make them look like they somehow fit the perspective if you handled left and right sides separately.
Do not expect the result would fit in the corners of the buildings. You cannot move the items so that they are less covered by each other except by creating the hidden parts by yourself.
To make the clipping possible the images should have 500% bigger pixel resolutions than your current attachments have and the needed amount of work to draw the needed clipping paths would be colossal.
But the result would be still wrong. Applying perspective transformation creates right looking results only if the real 3D shape is near enough a plane. The market items have width and height. Perspective transformation would distort them. The items would look right only if you pasted them as is. But the they would not be placed along the sides of the empty street.
A way to fill the empty street with a market plausibly is to get already fitting market scene and paste it to the new background.
Getting the light right is another big challenge. It must fit as well as the geometry.
Another way is to get a massive amount of separate item photos and layer them on the empty street. Pasting the items from one side of the street at a time+distorting the perspective can be good enough for the distant part where the exact forms are not so important. That photomontage idea is already suggested by others.
The 3rd idea is to paste the sides of the market street, distort the perspective and use the bad looking result only as a reference of what items there should be. The final items would be drawn in right perspective manually. It would look artificial but it could be used to present the market.