Not easily. The cut planner is already incredibly complicated. Putting “Inner First” up there would give the system a lot less flexibility as those items are evaluated and then treated as a group that has to be planned independent of other groups.
Right now, the system is free to order these any way it likes. It could do all the circles first, but more likely it will do one, then the square that encloses it, do the next one, then the enclosing square, and so on. If “Inner Shapes First” was moved into the upper list, it would force the system to treat everything at a single ‘depth’ as one layer, so all the circles would cut first, then all the squares.
The current ordering is easily explained - The 3 upper options, if present, are done independent of everything else, and in order. Each one creates a ‘cluster’ of work, and each cluster is processed by the options that follow.
The options in the lower half of that window (all the toggle switches) are applied to an entire cluster at once.