Anyone upgraded to Bitbucket Server 5.3.0 from 5.2.1 and noticed that 5.3.0 is using 5.2.1 app\WEB-INF\classes directory resulting in that the version is displayed as 5.2.1 instead of 5.3.0 when you access it?
This isn't something I can reproduce. I'm guessing you might be using Windows since you used backslashes in your folder path example, however I tested this on Windows and Linux and don't see the same behaviour.
When you upgraded, did you attempt to overwrite the existing installation folder instead of creating a new one? This might be a failed upgrade. I'd suggest trying a fresh 5.3.0 install into the default installation directory, C:\Atlassian\Bitbucket\5.3.0, and checking whether you still see an out of date version number in Bitbucket after this.
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