There are 2 mechanical contacts on the bayonet ring, little metal tabs. One can move, the other is fixed in place. In your top picture you can see the spring that keeps the second in position, and in all of them some wear on the contacts is visible (this is normal, nothing to worry about). The spring loaded one is triggered by the camera to force the aperture open and closed as needed during exposure. The other AFAIK is for calibration/alignment purposes.
There's a third tab on the aperture ring, which on your lens looks suspiciously small, maybe too small to make proper contact with the matching tab on the camera body. this is the tab that communicates the set aperture value to the camera. If it doesn't link up with the matching tab on the camera body, the camera can never know what value is desired.
Mind that this does look consistent with other E series Nikon lenses, so it's not broken :)
And according to this site you're out of luck as the E series does not have meter linkage prongs. More information on the E series here (mind there is another Nikon E series, which are early professional DSLRs, we're talking about the old E series lenses of course).
In short, looks like you're going to have to go full manual using this lens (whichever focal length it is, there is no 200mm Nikon E prime, the longest is 135mm).