I update all my distros on a 2 weekly basis. Including the arch based ones. I just updated all my arch ones about 4-5 days ago and so I'll address this in 9 days.
If need be I can rebuild necessary AUR packages (including pamac-aur, yay) in terminal. Except for garuda vm, I don't use the chaos repo.
Yes, pamac is useful for one off tasks, but since it's from manjaro one has to accept that its release timing is slightly behind arch. Same if you use manjaro stable and some AUR packages can't be updated because a dependency hasn't hit the stable repo yet. Pros and cons.
In an attended solution to the problem, I installed "Bauh":
is a package manager made by the Manjaro team, also includes Flatpak, Snap, AppIt, and Arch / Aur.
It is minimal but does its job very well.
For install In the thermal:
$ sudo pip3 install bauh
If you want to start the command to automatically start: bauh-tray
Sorry for my English...
me if I execute the command pacman -Syu chaotic-aur/pamac-aur-git the output is this: core is up to date extra is up to date community is up to date error: the following database was not found: chaotic-aur
now running the command I get this output: `warning: unable to fix "pacman <5.3", a dependency of "pamac-aur-git"
:: The following package cannot be upgraded due to some unsolvable dependencies:
:: Do you want to ignore the following package for this update? [s / N]`
and I don't know what to do ( I'm new to the world of linux distros I'm a bit in trouble)
I'm sure if you were on manjaro Stable branch, there wouldn't be errors since it would still be at pacman 5. So you were on testing or Unstable, read about the issues and still switched to Arch expecting everything to be great with the current conflict between pacman 6 and pamac? Rather puzzled.
I use both Arch-repo distros and Manjaro, by the way.