Not usually. Most of us have trigger points that bring up shame from the past and both similar and different things can cause shame in the present.
Just like we don’t have the same personality, self-expectations, strengths and weaknesses, or experiences, different things cause us shame.
While shame is universal, and we have all felt it, we feel shame about different things. What may bring mild embarrassment to one person, may bring intense feelings of shame to another. None of us like being teased about our body shape, but not all of us will feel shame when someone talks negatively about our body shape.
New experiences and environments tend to cause us more shame as we are learning, don’t know all the rules, are afraid to ask for help, and don’t want to appear incompetent.
Go deeper, read Why We Use Shame on Others and Ourselves: 6 Eye Opening Reasons, post 9 and Shame: Recognize It, Heal From It, Walk In Freedom, post 10. Also take the Shame Quiz to see how shame manifests for you.