I imagine a more authoritative person will come in here, but in the mean time, I will mention that, first of all, of those 15, five are DX lenses you're unlikely to need. Second, previous generations of cameras carried no such warning, not because the lenses did not have the same characteristics, but because, one must assume, the fogging did not occur noticeably at the ISO levels they could produce. You won't, for example, find that warning in the manual for the D750.
The warning for these lenses occurs now for other cameras as well. You'll find the same list for the D500, the D850, and so on.
"Cannot use" is a pretty drastic conclusion. I have no experience with high ISO, since my current ride is a D7100, but I have used a couple of the lenses in question on it, and they were quite usable. I can crank a D7100 or a D3200 up to its once-amazing, now trifling, ISO 6400, and expose for 30 seconds, and not see the dreaded fog from the 16-85 lens, which is on the list. I used to have a 55-300 DX, and believe me, the fog would be at the bottom of the list of its faults!
Before succumbing to despair, I would, if you actually have one of those lenses, try it out at realistic ISO and shutter speeds, and just remember that it's probably a poor choice for astro photography and similar pursuits.