ASP is a serverside scripting technology within which vbscript is normally used for flow control, logic, etc etc. ASP isn't syntactically similar to VB, though it could be said to have a relation with it since the scripting language associated with it (VBScript) is, loosely speaking, a subset of VB.
So your remark made no sense to me. I can just about follow you if you wanted to make a point about the relative complexity of ASP & VB as Adrastea0413 said, but even then a webapp written in "ASP" (which as we know, isn't one thing) can be arbitrarily complex and something written in VB could be arbitrarily simple...
None of this is very important of course, and I feel like I've butted into your conversation about beauty in the art of programming. Please forgive me