OEM parts are OEM for a reason in my view.
"Aftermarket" parts are called "aftermarket" as a euphemism. The real world is "imitation" but that has a negative tone -- and it should.
If it were my car, I'd prefer authentic parts. I'd go OEM in the case you described. I'd not consider it "just putting OEM in" but I'd consider it "putting OEM in and not an imitation" but that's just me.
Since your car is unlikely exceeding the torque capacity of the correct, OEM clutch, I'd use that. Others may have different views. In any case, either the car was making lots more torque once upon a time or it was driven hard once upon a time, because it's now on its third clutch, and the first clutch was a great OEM unit to boot.
Take everything I say with a grain of salt and consider my disclaimer in my signature. Happy shopping.