Dons chairman Stewart Milne has urged SPFL chief executive Neil Doncaster to request a summit with the SFA in the wake of several controversial decisions this season.
It comes after the SPFL moved the Aberdeen-Rangers Betfred Cup semi-final to 4.30pm.
The game at Hampden was initially controversially pencilled in for noon on Sunday October 28, with the other semi between Hearts and Celtic scheduled at the same venue at 7.45pm.
This sparked protests from Aberdeen and Hearts, as well as a campaign to have the kick-off times changed in the Evening Express and Edinburgh Evening News.
On the refereeing front, Dons defenders Shay Logan, Mikey Devlin and Scott McKenna have been hammered with controversial bans in the past few months.
Most recently, the SFA’s panel of ex-grade one officials offered McKenna a two-game ban for a tackle on Celtic’s Odsonne Edouard initially missed by the referee. A fast-track disciplinary panel knocked back an Aberdeen appeal.
Stewart said: “I very much feel there is genuine concern for the state of the game in Scotland at the moment.
“We simply must have consistency and transparency or we all, as clubs, the SFA and the SPFL lose significant credibility and risk losing the fans who have been baffled by several of the outcomes arrived at recently.
“Without supporters there is no game and they, as we all do, deserve far more clarity and transparency than we have at present.
“There are so many positives in our game right now, from a great crop of top-class managers, to a very competitive Ladbrokes Premiership and two cracking Betfred Cup semi-finals to look forward to, yet conversations and news headlines seem to be dominated the several controversial decisions that have been arrived at, and we’re only just into October, without having a clear understanding of the process and the reasons these were arrived at.
“It’s imperative that we get everyone with a vested interest together, sooner rather than later, in order that future decisions can be clearly explained to the fans who must always be the main consideration.”