Convince me that literary taste is objective without using your own personal taste. I'll wait.
You should know that using this word in the way you are using it shows what a pleb you are. Please go back to watching anime, it's more suited to your malfunctioning faculties.
In all honesty, even quality is objective: diamond's worth, the worth of gold, "fine" wines, etc. It's just a value that is collectively agreed upon, or sometimes decided by the market.
Why would you choose to use the word in its archaic form?
What word do you use for the modern day "objective" then, in place of it?
On another note, how exactly did we get from objective/subjective meaning of relation to the object/subject to objective/subjective meaning fact/opinion anyway?
Was it after Kant? I think that's the latest in history I saw it used in the old fashion.