Let's say you have two photos - Photo A and Photo B
Both Photos are identical in every way, except Photo B had several Color Corrections applied to it. So, in reality, Photo A became Photo B after these Color Corrections were applied.
The question is:
Does Photoshop CS6 have a way to analyze Photo B by comparing it with Photo A, then telling you what Color Corrections were applied, (even if you had not recorded a script)?
No. That would be black magic. Nobody can tell which corrective tools and functions were used just from teh result. It's simply impossible, considering that there's a million ways to achieve the same corrections.