For a tarp: sadly no. Even if you could secure it, a single gust of wind would stretch it radically out of shape or tear it apart.
For tarp materials, the fabric (or plastic) cannot stretch must at all or you'll never get it made into a stable pitch without it distorting. Of course, for a ground sheet, polycro works just fine but due to the static and clingy nature, stretch wrap would be very ineffective.
Polycro does not work well for a tarp either, but it'd work as a one time use in an emergency. It still has some stretch and heat/extensive sunlight will shrink or degrade many types of it.