It is my understanding that this asteroid was discovered just last Saturday the 21st of Jan 2023. As such, it underscores just how little we know about "sunward" bodies that are nearly impossible to identify. When looking essentially into the sun's glare, the star field is awash in light that obscures objects that cannot easily be identified. As such, this is an example of an earth-intersecting body (or close to it) with, in this case, relatively little mass that is a likely harbinger of larger objects still unidentified.
Astute observation! The proliferation of artificial orbital objects present further challenges to identification of potentially harmful bodies. Sun-synchonous orbital observations provide for greater parallax when searching for these objects.