In order to do this, an App needs to have code to support itself being enabled or disabled by space. Not many of them do.
Most of the theming Apps for Confluence are good examples - a space admin can select one of their themes or any of the others installed - that means when they're using a "system" theme, the App is disabled for the Space.
Well, that doesn't make a huge amount of sense - Confluence is a wiki, so everything you do in there already is "a wiki", and your use of apps has nothing to do with making a wiki.
For the "smart teams" or "questions for confluence" apps being enabled or disabled in specific spaces, please see the original answer. (From memory, I know Questions can do it)
Hell, no, there are no apps that deliberately break other apps, there's no way anyone in their right mind would write something to do that!
The complexity of being able to analyse the injection points of any app, or maintaining a library of functions for every app out there that might have to be broken by your code would stop people dead in their tracks. The commercials alone would kill it - thousands of days coding to provide an app that no-one has any real use for.
It would probably breach anti-competition laws if it were implemented well, and even if it didn't, consider the competition: for free, you can choose not to use an app in your space.
I came across your question about Smart Terms.
Here is what you can do:
1/ Go to the general configuration >> Smart Terms Configuration >>Permissions >> Select "Restrict terms creation permissions per space"
2/ Select Space>> Space Tools >> Configure sidebar >> Hide Smart Terms app
Hope this was helpful!
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