Then you're still into aesthetics. The minor stuff I never sweat. If it bothered me enough, I'd pay to have it fixed just like a worn ball joint.
If by "aesthetics," you mean, the appearance of my car in the spot where I parked it when I return the next morning, then yeah, I'm big into that.
I parked my car on Capitol Hill (by all means, probably the nicest area in DC) one night, and when I returned to it the next day, there was a man standing near it. He approached me as I walked up to the car and asked me how long I was parked there, and I told him, since about 10PM last night. He then asked me if I noticed a red Honda Accord parked in the spot behind me when I parked. I told him I thought there was a green Jetta, but I wasn't really paying attention and I could be making that up. That's when he told me he had parked his Accord there and it was now gone. Nice.
But, it is also nice to not have the bumpers smashed up either. There is a difference between a few scratches and dents, and the total painted bumper destruction that goes on in that city. There is no point in getting it fixed, since the next time you're down there, it's going to get damaged again. Not a problem with my steel-bumpered, 10" off the ground Jeep.