In all I've seen maybe for prototyping. I had the last class in a university and we wire-wrapped an entire 8088 computer, I think I must have spent 300 hours doing that. After that I've only used it for prototyping and not even that much.
All of the aerospace hardware I've seen is all PCB's, in American space programs you have to shake your hardware in a vibe test before its sent to space (to simulate the rigors of a rocket ride, in which the payload experiences extreme g forces from turbulence). I doubt anyone today would want to do a vibe test with a wire wrapped board. The other problem with wire wrapping is, if not done correctly, wires can break. This could leave you with a dead spacecraft.
I did use wire-wrapping for to prototype a photometer trans-impedance amplifier to detect photons for an ultraviolet imager. But that was not for flight hardware, just for demonstration purposes.
PCB's are cheap and plentiful today, 40 years ago there were no computers to design PCB's, they had to be drawn by hand. Wire wrapping then would be an attractive option. Today there is no comparison for PCB's they are cost effective and take less time than wire wrapping.