No, not really. SRAM’s 2x eTap AXS groupsets were designed to shift optimally with round SRAM 12-speed chainrings only. The tooth chamfer profile, chainring spacing, and specifically placed pick-up pins on the chainring are designed to work with the design of the YAW front derailleur cage profile.
The eTap YAW front derailleur requires a precise setup around the curve profile of the chainring. YAW front derailleurs pivot as they shift to avoid chain rub and eliminate the need for a trim feature. By pivoting in this way, the oval chainrings, even if set properly for clearance at the highest tooth point of the large chainring, will still have a large gap at the point of the lowest tooth clearance point that may result in poor shifting or derailed chain.
Any modification of the drivetrain outside of designed use, such as the addition of aftermarket pulley cage assemblies, will void all warranty.
See the AXS compatibility maps on the SRAM Service site to view approved component combinations.