Some people may consider that it does.
However, basic personality and taste is not necessarily dictated by age. You are yourself with your own ideas and concepts of life, no matter how old you are.
As adults, the age/status related things that mattered socially as children or in high school, or even collage, no longer need matter. As adults we are all on the same level of equal choice, equal opportunity, etc. As a new adult, you may need an adjustment period in which to come to terms with this. These adjustment periods are longer for some people. Some people never fully adjust and still hold, at least somewhat, to the age and status related ideas they had as children.
The reason for all of this is that as a child, you're limited by your stage of development and the fact that you are not really in control of your own life just yet. As adults, we achieve the power to make our own decisions, including the choice to allow others to make our decisions.
I've dated men of all ages, from 21 to near 60. A top may be a top, no matter how old he his. Some guys like older, some younger. Some don't care about age - I'm one of them.
Those who limit themselves with fixed ideas about what they like, don't like or can or cannot accept, miss out on a lot of truly great experiences. The best thing to do is to take each situation, each person, each opportunity and evaluate it within its own context.
Remember, experience can tell you a lot, but experience comes from the past, which is always only partially relevant to current circumstances. Using the knowledge you gain from experience, but not the experience itself, per se, along with current, present-time perception can most often tell you what you need to know. The trick is, to distinguish between the two, which most people, observably, have great difficulty doing.