The answer is no to what i have learned but i am finding difficulties to absorb it reason being . We say for every language we have a grammar as language without grammar makes no sense even in general scenerio also. i have taken this argument as my base for the conclusion of my answer as i found this argument somewhere on stackexchanege please correct me if iam wrong.
coming to point , as there are grammar for every language which also indicate existence of set of rules for the formation of the language. Taking this ahead , i wonder if we can device a set of rules which is indeed a process to derive or generate a solution then why cant we form an automata for the same. Adding more to this point , we know the highest class of automata is turing machines capable of accepting many languages but not all , and we know that the languages not accpeted by turing machines have grammars( as said every language has grammar) means there are some machines automata that does not necessarily satisfies the all the langugaes not accepted by turing machines but do satisfy some but all of them , using this we say there are different classes of machines which are not turing but accept some languages not accpeted by turing machines if this is not true than there must exist the languages that do not have any grammar but as said every languae has grammar. adding more woes to this argument , we have not able to identify any machine more powerful then turing , so this means some of the arguments made here are wrong . but i am finding it difficult to understand which one of them is wrong, so please let me know.