As Kusalananda comments, fstab cannot interpret embedded shell commands, resulting in your fstab causing this error.
With regards to your comment about cut/paste - I understand that typing in a uuid is daunting and likely error prone, but you could simply append the uuid to the end of your fstab by executing:
blkid -o value -s UUID >> /etc/fstab
... And then editing /etc/fstab in order to edit the 'junk' uuid line into a valid syntax.
I suggest this only as a way of compensating for the lack of a mouse/copy/paste facility.
If you don't fully understand what I am proposing here then do not do this! It will make your fstab syntax invalid, and prevent your system from booting until corrected.