Screen wipes are prevalent in all the other Star Wars films, but were they used in Rogue One?
There is a single iris wipe at the end of the film as we move into the credits, however (see below) this isn't true for the rest of the film.
Rogue One doesn't use any of the trademark "Star Wars Wipes" that you see in the other Star Wars films. It tends to make extensive use of audio J-Cuts to introduce minor scene transitions and visual Match-cuts to introduce major scene transitions in place of where the 'wipes' would usually go.
The triangle formed by Tarkin's head and body matches the shape of the pyramid on Yavin
This was a highly conscious choice by the film's director and producer to put a unique "stamp" onto the film as being separate and distinct from the main continuity films.
Producer Kathleen Kennedy was very supportive of Edwards’ desire to experiment and to give the film its own unique personality: “The Star Wars saga films have a responsibility to maintain a continuity of tone and stylistic device. Things like the crawl at the beginning, and the wipes. But with the standalone films we’re relaxing some of those rules so that we can try stylistic and tonal experiments that depart a bit from what we’ve seen and are exciting.”