When you say "sticker" do you mean 2D vs. 3D, because that word is not mentioned there either?see my comment above, and also this article:
As for that article, there are numerous problems with both evaluation methodology and conclusions highlighted in the comments. It's fine if you prefer the way a certain lens renders a certain combination of foreground subjects, background blur, and transition; but suggesting there is any sort of objective way to determine a "winner" in this regard is bogus. The RF 50mm f/1.2 is the best lens I have ever shot on any AF body/system, dating back to my consumer Nikon days in the late 90's, and many people agree with that assessment. I'm not saying my opinion is superior to yours/this article author's, but the fact that it's a reasonable/shared conclusion at all makes the very premise of the article invalid, since is attempting to make authoritative conclusions rather than subjective ones.