Smriti Shastras dictates rules to govern society. However, with time society changes. What were relevant thousand years back may not be relevant today. Have Smriti Shastras have any such option to cope up with the change?
For example, the Indian constitution has the option of bringing an amendment. Is such provision is there in Smriti Shastra itself?
This is NOT a duplicate of this question (Do scriptures change over time? Or they're static but different for each Yuga? Can customs of one Yuga be ridiculed by people in earlier or next Yuga?) because it is concerned with what happens between Yugas (Satya Treta Dwapara Kali). My question is about our time period. What was relevant 1000 years back, may not be relevant now. Or what is relevant today, may not be relevant after just 100 years. Here I am concerned about historical time, not Yugas.