In general, no. Despite the fact that all new MacIntosh computers seem to meet the system requirements of the typical "normal PC workstation", the underlying platform is still not supported. Apple MacIntosh computers are designed to run MacIntosh operating systems first and foremost, and depite the availability of Apple Bootcamp and Parallels Desktop, Autodesk software is not yet supported on those operating platforms at this time.
So, basically, if you do run your Autodesk software intended for PCs on a MacIntosh computer, you do so at your own risk. While no major compatibility issues have been noted, Autodesk will not support any data corruption issues or hardware/software compatibility issues you may run into.