A don't shoot list. Hmm. Does that not assume that it matters what you do or do not shoot? Matters to whom?
I have no problems of YARYAT or cliches as long as my photos appeal to me. Thank God they do, because they don't seem to interest anyone else. Hard as it is to believe, few people like looking at aircraft engines.
After thousands of iterations of the same shot, culture does not care what is in a photo. Enough that the image has value to you and, perhaps, the people who share your very specific interests.
There is one major exception. Although I find unposed pictures of people interesting, I hate having my picture taken and would regard my inclusion in a street scene, for example, as an invasion of privacy.
So, back to the question about who it matters to. Unposed photographs matter to some (many) of the people in them, and I have met many people who detest photographers because they feel their privacy has been violated. As a matter of personal ethics (note that word personal), I do not shoot unposed pictures.