It seems to me it was this way (in «industrial mainstream»).
60‘ ad-hoc calculations, procedural programming (Fortran)
70‘ standardized, structural programming, databases (COBOL, PL/I)
80‘ portable assembly, system programming, libraries, 4GL, micros boom (C, Pascal, SQL, Basic)
90‘ object-based/oriented programming (C++, VB, Object Pascal)
00‘ managed static-typed languages, heavily-OO frameworks (Java, C#)
10‘ dynamic-typed languages, still mostly OOP-like (Python, Ruby, JS)
20‘ functional programming? asynchronous/massive parallelism? native code renaissance?
What languages will see mainstream use in 20’s? Probably, it will be «hybrids» based upon current ones (and possibly bearing the same names).