𝟒𝟎𝟎 Light-years away, the planet is only a few million years old. That is, this gas giant is in its infancy. The Near Infrared sensor in the telescope was to capture the radiation, which did not change the heat in the manufacturing process. Everyone is waiting for James Webb to turn around.
In the processed image below, the light of the parent star is filtered and removed. With age, you see a baby planet born in a cosmic womb full of gas and dust, but about five times the actual size of Jupiter.