An Aldo sub by the end of 2nd or 3rd round.
Hominick has no chance, he's barely fought anyone worth noting, he will get eaten alive.
Hominick has fought some of the best guys in the world at multiple weight classes.
His problem is that he's lost a good number of those fights.
Also, on a serious note, I don't really see much problems for Aldo here. Hominick is a great MMA striker but he's fairly uni-disciplined as well, not the greatest Thai defense and his offense is almost exclusive boxing.
Aldo is so young and has been training with guys like Andy Souwer....and when you are THAT much more athletic than everyone else it makes a big difference doing that type of training on technique.
Aldo has also faced dangerous strikers before, Uriah Faber and Cub Swanson are good technical kickboxers, and athletic ones as well, then there is a guy like Shoji Maruyama who was a very dangerous striker with big, big power.
This should be a showcase fight for Aldo. Hard to predict what he will do, but it would be a good strategy I believe to take Hominick down and grapple.