AA, TT, AKs should have re-raised pre. 4 BB is kind of expensive.
Bet 2/3 the pot. On that flop villain could call with a pair of tens or a bigger ace. Possible even smooth call AT, A6. Why bet 2/3 the pot? An inside strait draw would fold to 1/2 pot. A ten might fold. You are probably only going to get called by better hands. You have no draws. You likely have no outs if you are behind. I think 1/2 pot would be better sizing.
When the flop called you are probably behind. That is another big bet (3/4 pot). Are you trying to rep AT and get like AK, AQ, AJ to fold out? If you are going to fire here then you need to fire the river.
If you are ahead of like a JT you are not going to get 3 streets of value in. I think a check is a better play here. If he checks back then you are probably ahead. You can value bet the river.
KJ would not call the flop and turn. Now you are behind QT. But you have been representing a hand as strong as AT. You were already behind AQ.
I get check fold here as you are probably beat and you are not likely to get fold from a better hand. But you knew at the flop.
If you did not intend to barrel the river then I think you should have checked the turn.
There was only $35 in the pot on the flop. Not a good spot to take an expensive line with a weak ace, no draws, and out of position.