On Programmers.SE, the subjective and argumentative close reason has been replaced with not constructive:
This question does not meet enough of our six guidelines for constructive subjective questions.
It's clear, links to a resource describing what constructive means in the context of Stack Exchange, and fits the evolving nature of Stack Exchange which allows for very specific kinds of subjective questions.
Compare to the current subjective and argumentative close reason on all other Stack Exchange sites:
Subjective and argumentative
It's impossible to objectively answer this question; questions of this type are too open ended and usually lead to confrontation and argument.
Objectiveness isn't the bar that needs to be reached: most Stack Exchange sites (including Stack Overflow) allow for some measure of a subjective question as long as it roughly conforms to the guidelines in Good Subjective, Bad Subjective. And open-endedness and leads to confrontation and argument are only two ways a subjective question can be bad.
So for clarity's sake, can the not constructive close reason replace subjective and argumentative on all sites?