Your definition of cynicism includes
" rejecting all conventional desires for A. wealth, B. power, C. sex, and D. fame."
A. Regarding wealth-
His Father owns the cattle on a thousand hills- Proverbs and He miraculously fished a coin out of a fish's mouth. www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+17%3A24-27&version=CEV Any possible possession he could need was available to him. But as far as I can tell, he lived with little money, IMHO
i. to relate more closely to the poor.
ii. gave most of his money away
iii. demonstration of His dependence on Father and Holy Spirit
Similar to money he had all power one could possibly want, but chose to be a servant as demonstration of His love to us. The name he most frequently used for himself was "Son of Man". https://www.biblegateway.com/quicksearch/?qs_version=NASB&quicksearch=+%22son+of+man%22&startnumber=26&begin=47&end=50 This giving up of power culminated in the ultimate sacrifice on the cross. After the cross, He is now seated on His throne & now has all the power in His own right.
Although He, Himself lived an entirely celibate life, he made clear sex is a good thing in marriage "and the two shall become one flesh; so they are no longer two, but one flesh." https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Mark%2010&version=NASB
The term one flesh has several meanings one of which is making love.
There are times when he certainly avoided the spotlight. He was confident & secure enough in His own identity to not seek it. However, considering 2,000 years later, many or most people on the earth since then have heard His name, I would certainly say He is extremely famous.
One other point-
Can you clarify your definition of natural? I'm going to take m
"living in a way which was natural for humans..." For humans, rebellion, pride & selfishness are natural. The goal is not self sufficiency, but dependency on Father. He had none of these. We don't teach those characteristics to children, but they exhibit them. 1 Corinthians 2:14 on the same site as above.
To summarize, Christ lived not seeking these but was confident His Father would provide them when the appropriate time came.