This functionality isn't available directly from Document! X, however it is possible to modify a Content File for use with a different assembly if the structure of your different assemblies is the same and only differs by Assembly / Namespace name.
A single item of content in a Document! X Content File looks something like this (Content Files are XML files):
<c eid="myassembly~mynamespace.myclass~mymember" tid="##SUMMARY" q="" cd="39125.811724537"> (content) </c>
The "eid" attribute contains the identifier of the item with which the content is associated. The format of the eid differs for different documentation types, but for .NET it contains the assembly name and namespace name as the prefix. You can use this fact in order to create a copy of an existing .dxc for use in different versions of the same assembly - a simple find and replace for the old assembly / namespace name would normally be all that is required to repurpose the content file for a different assembly / namespace name with the same members. Because hyperlinks also use this prefix, links will be updated also.
I should probably stress that doing this is not required for different versions of the same assembly - it's only required if you have multiple copies of an assembly where the assembly or namespace names in some way and you want to use the a copy of the same Content File.
You could do the find / replace operation in something like notepad, or you could perhaps build a script to do this as part of your build process using a command line grep tool.