"Conflict avoidance" is a specific term, and it means something completely different to what that "aversion" tag seems to represent.
Although it might be considered an interpersonal skill to know when it could be appropriate to use conflict avoidance, it has a negative connotation of not dealing with the actual problem and is usually thought of as something to overcome.
There is a quote on that Wikipedia page attributed to "Bacal" that I will reproduce here in case it changes:
Is there a difference between preventing contracting AIDS by the use of appropriate precautions, and avoiding or not seeking treatment if one has contracted it? Of course there is.
"Conflict avoidance" as a term in psychology is referring to the latter case.
In contrast, people seem to be using the conflict-aversion tag to mean "I want to resolve an issue without making it into a bigger conflict" - I agree the tag could maybe be renamed, just want to make sure it doesn't get renamed this way!