(Don't worry, this is the last magic square themes question I'll be posting (as far as I know), so I picked a challenging one!)
First off, let's define what a magic square is;
A magic square is an $n\times n$ grid filled with the numbers $1$ through $n\times n$, where every horizontal, vertical, and diagonal line adds up to be the same number, this number is called the magic constant
So now let's generalize that...
A magic $m$-cube is an $n^m$ grid filled with the numbers $1$ through $n^m$, where $m > 1$ and each line on every axis adds up to be the same number. This number is called the magic constant
So now imagine the penteract being a 5-cube, so that would mean a magic penteract is an $n\times n\times n\times n\times n$ grid where each line on every axis ($v, w, x, y, z$) all adds up to the one and only Magic Constant!
Your job? Easy! Determine the $3\times 3\times 3\times 3\times 3$ magic penteract, and its magic constant!