Just for the record:
I find your subject line a bit strange. What do you mean by it? Sounds as if you're terribly upset about something. (?)
Spring AOP does exactly what Spring AOP could be expected to do, and from what I gather it's a highly developed and potent AOP framework. It's open source (free!!), a lot of skilled programmers have put a lot of sweat into it. Please respect that. Furthermore support is free on this forum.
And tell us when you have found the tools to build a "real application". At least I'm interested.
"Murphy was an optimist"
(The O'Toole commentary on Murphy's Law)