The Antipathy/Sympathy spell has a duration of 10 days, and its description states:
[...] You target something within range, either a Huge or smaller object or creature or an area that is no larger than a 200-foot cube. Then specify a kind of intelligent creature, such as red dragons, goblins, or vampires. You invest the target with an aura that either attracts or repels the specified creatures for the duration. Choose antipathy or sympathy as the aura's effect.
Antipathy. The enchantment causes creatures of the kind you designated to feel an intense urge to leave the area and avoid the target. When such a creature can see the target or comes within 60 feet of it, the creature must succeed on a Wisdom saving throw or become frightened. [...]
Say an 18th-level spellcaster casts Antipathy/Sympathy on himself, choosing antipathy to Gray Slaads, as he prepares for a battle against the Big Bad. Then, as they walk into the battle, he casts True Polymorph upon himself and turns into a Goristro.
Would the Slaads need to make a saving throw when they see or approach the Goristro because of the Antipathy spell? Or does the "aura" only protect the spellcaster in his normal form?
The reason for my question is that it seems like polymorphing changes the nature of the "Target" of the spell. The creature targeted for the spell is no longer that creature when true polymorphed. If that's true, then I believe the Antipathy effect would no longer be active while that target is polymorphed. However, I'm not sure if this interpretation is correct.