touch utility on macOS has a
-A option that allows you to adjust the modification and access timestamps on set of files ("mtime" and "atime" respectively) by a number of hours, minutes and/or seconds. In comments, you appear to want to set the timestamps to the current time, not adjust them. The
-A option would therefore be the wrong option to use.
To change the mtime and atime timestamps on a set of files to the current time, use
touch -c pattern
pattern is some pattern that matches the files you'd like to touch. The
-c option makes sure that you don't create files if the pattern does not match, or if you provide an explicit list of files that contains nonexistent names.
As a side effect of modifying the mtime and atime timestamps, the ctime timestamp ("inode change timestamp") will also be modified.
To set the btime ("birth timestamp", which may be what you call the "creation timestamp" in your comment), you may want to use the (deprecated)
SetFile command, which is used to "set attributes of files and directories" on macOS.
SetFile -d "$(date +'%m/%d/%Y %H:%M:%S')" pattern
SetFile with the same datestamp string with the
-m option to update the mtime. Setting the btime or mtime in this manner also updates the ctime of the file. The
SetFile utility does not/can not update the atime timestamp.