Consider the following sentence:
[This] is not important for the younger generation any more.
Now let's suppose that for some reason I am willing or obliged to use the adjective "unimportant" instead of "not important"1. Would the following sentence be grammatical?
[This] is unimportant for the younger generation any more.
If it's not, is there anything I could replace "any more" with to preserve the meaning but make the sentence grammatical?
My question is purely out of curiosity. What's the equivalent, if any, of any more that can be used in sentences where the verb is affirmative?
1 Instead of not important/unimportant any other similar pair could do, e.g. not useful/useless.