Let's say we have a DNA of a bacteria and we want to recreate the bacteria just from this DNA. Is it possible nowadays to get this DNA and insert it into some artificial solution so that from this DNA a bacteria coulb be grown?
There may be technical issues that make certain genomes easier to transplant than others, but it can and has been done. Craig Venter's lab used such a transplantation technique to discover what minimum set of genes are required for viability in an engineered bacteria.
Long answer-NO, too. We are far from having the technology to do such feats of engineering no matter what some ill-informed pretenders say. We have the technology to create artificial genomes which could be integrated into real cells and good progress is made on creating artificial chromosomes, e. g. bodies containing the genetic information needed to sustain an organism, but we are far from being able to artificially create one.
And there is also the problem of infinite regress which no one seems to bother about but it's out there. It's essentially the notion of which component comes first in order to jump start a metabolism - whether you first put the genetic apparatus or the metabolism which is required to support it or you jumpstart them both. It's an issue that still hasn't been resolved yet.
So, NO, we aren't capable of creating artificial life yet and we aren't likely to be capable of creating it in the near future. That's the answer to your question.