I am trying to understand how all the players in the title relate, but with all the grading shifts,and difficult isomorphisms involved in the subject I am having a hard time being sure that I have the picture right. I am going to write what I think is true, and if someone would confirm or deny it, that would be really nice.

The basic jumping off point is that if N is a simply connected manifold, symplectic cohomology of the cotangent disk bundle $D^*(N)$, symplectic cohomology $SH^*(D^*(N))$ as defined in Seidel's "A Biased View of Symplectic Cohomology" is naturally identified with isomorphic to $H_{n-*}(LN)$. And symplectic homology is isomorphic to $H^*(LN)$, these are the Hochschild cohomologies and homologies respectively of the algebra $C^*(N)$.

The reason is that the zero section generates the compact Fukaya category $Fuk^{cpt}(D^*(N))$ and $End(N_0,N_0) \cong C^*(N)$. There is expected to be a geometric Seidel map from $SH^*(D^*(N)) \to HH^*(Fuk^{cpt}(D^*(N))$ basically one considers cylinders in with a puncture which satisfy a deformed d-bar equation and which are asymptotic to periodic orbits of the Hamiltonian vector field and whose boundary lies on the zero section and is able to deform the compositions in the category to first order.

Question 1) Has anybody checked in this example that Seidel's map is an isomorphism?

Now we take equivariant versions of this, $SH^*_{eq}$ which should be identified with cyclic cohomology $CC^*(C^*(N))$ and we need to consider. Now we move to (linearized) contact homology, which Bourgeois and Oancea claim can be identified with $H_{eq}(LN,N)$(I give up on the gradings at this point :)) where N is included as the constant loops. Reasonable enough, since those are somehow the generators missing from contact homology. However, they also seem to be making an identification that $SH_* \cong H_*(LN)$ and not the cohomology... I get that it's not really a huge deal as vector spaces to identify a vector space and it's dual, but it adds to the confusion below.

With contact homology one can try a similar map to the Seidel map, namely work in the symplectic completion $T^*(N)$ and consider holomorphic disks with a puncture, boundary on the zero section, and as asymptotic now to a Reeb orbit as $|\rho|\to \infty$ `($|\rho|$ is some norm on $T^*(N)$). This gives a map from $CH_{*}\to CC^{*} $ which is mysterious because...(or maybe this is a map from "contact cohomology", I'm getting confused). Edit: A reference for this map is in a paper by Xiaojun Chen called "Lie Bialgebras and cyclic homology of A(\infty structures) in topology"

Question 2) We are supposed to somehow map $H_{*,eq}(LN,N) \to H_{*,eq}(LN)$. I'm not great with topology but this is a strange map, since it seems to go the wrong way. On the other hand one should expect it to be interesting by analogy with the Seidel map. What is this map at least conjecturally supposed to be? The only thing I could think of is the kernel of the map: $C_*(LN) \to C_*(N)$ induced by the map $LN \to N$ but this map doesn't even exist equivariantly.