Villain also has 2 combinations of AsJs, As10s for flopped gutshots + nut flush draw that turned TP.
It depends on how many flush draws we give him. I think lower suited connectors sometimes just give up preflop when you 3bet. Do we really give him 5 or 6-high flush draw combinations for example. It's very villain dependent. For example, if this was a full table and everyone left, it could be you vs. someone normally used to 6max, and may give up 64s for example on the button when 3-bet, especially if you haven't been 3-betting a lot. It may not be part of their comfort zone. A lot of players will call with J10s but not J10o as well.
We are 55% vs. 22,AKs,KQs,JTs,AsJs,AsTs,Js9s,Ts9s,Ts8s,9s8s,AKo,K Qo, I think is reasonable, but 22 and KQ are very unlikely - they would 3bet the flop and try to GII a very high % of the time, so I think the combo draws, bare flush draws, and Jts are most likely.
If we remove those combinations, we have 49.03% vs. AKs,JTs,AsJs,AsTs,Js9s,Ts9s,Ts8s,9s8s,AKo, but adding a few more flush draw combinations puts you back above 50%.
I think you're straight flipping against his range. This being HU, hand over hand, you have about a pot-shoved bet behind, so just shove, be ready for a sweat.