Of course, the answer is no. The op-amp supply voltage(s) should stay between the minimum and maximum recommended supply voltages and should not be used at the absolute maximum supply voltage ratings as that covers any transients that might kill the IC. I've got to agree, the designer really needs to dig deep into the op-amp datasheet to determine what supply voltage will work best for their application. In most cases, it doesn't matter that much. But in some cases, it does and it's on the design engineer to determine this.