To me the Klentak-era Phillies - and that certainly still includes the 2021 team which did not add any significant new player compared to 2020 - feel a lot like the post-'93 Phillies, or, more accurately, the 2012-2013 Phillies, except without the high point and accomplishments of either era. Unlike in the pre-CBP days they are a big-market, free-spending franchise, but once they hit the limit of that spending, they lack the will or ability to get better, and are content to sell .500 and hope, since a rebuild (let alone a tank) is not an option. Every team deals with injuries, declining players and outright misfires but the big teams still spend or trade through them, and the thriftier/savvier teams also find a way.
Ironically, the Braves losing so many of their players probably helped them compared to the Phillies. They had to fill the holes (short of white-flagging it). If Didi had gone on the 60-day IL in June or Herrera hadn't been just good enough to hang around or Cutch had gotten injured, the Phillies might have been more aggressive about adding a position player, whether it cost a lot in trade or not.