Given a connected space $B$, is there always some space $X$ with $B \simeq \mathbf{B}(\mathrm{Aut}(X))$?

Here by space I mean simplicial set, by $\mathrm{Aut}(X)$ I mean the simplicial monoid of auto-equivalences of $X$ (not just strict automorphisms), and by $\mathbf{B}$ I mean the classifying space of this; but I’d also be interested in answers for other reasonable interpretations of these terms.

**Edit:** A little background — this simply arose out of curiosity, not out of any desired application. Most of the people I’ve mentioned it to have a strong first impulse that the answer should be “no”, but none of us have been able to substantiate this.