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Sometimes, it really depends on what you do. For pixel art style sprites its quite commonly done manually. But for general graphics not so much. Expecting an "anti-alias filer" This exists its usually called bicubic downsampling. See the computer can not know how to anti-alias because the signal is unknown. But if you provide a better signal it can ...
When you are trying to rotate images (normal layers) you need to change the interpolation to nearest neighbor. For shapes and vectors you'll find an anti alias option as explained in here: How do I turn off anti-aliasing while drawing shapes in Photoshop?
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