A "take on" something can also mean an interpretation of it, eg "That's my take on it, at least".
See the Noun section here:
(Noun)1.1 A particular version of or approach to something. ‘his own
whimsical take on life’
With this usage, you could say "Any takes (note plural) on this question?", which is a contracted version of "Are there any takes on this question?".
However, it would be more idiomatic to say "Does anyone have a take on this?", which means "Would anyone here like to share their interpretation of this?"
I'm not sure if this is appropriate: it depends on how ambiguous the question is. If you were to ask a question whose meaning is obvious, it's not really appropriate to ask people for their "interpretation" of it: you just want them to proceed with the obvious interpretation and solve it. However, if a question is ambiguous then it can be interpreted, or approached, in different ways, and in this instance you could ask people for their "take" on it. In that case you would not necessarily be asking them to solve it, you might just be asking them to reformulate the question in a more clear way.