The drives aren't going to just arbitrarily move data around that would wear the drive out much quicker than normal. If you don't want the data anymore just delete it and don't overthink it lol.
Erasing/deleting files only deletes the access path to the data; it doesn't physically erase every data block of the file. (That's why the TRIM function exists, to tell the SSD that blocks can be re-used without having to actually write to them.)
I'm not sure you understand TRIMs function.
The OS/drive already know the cells can be used again once deleted, TRIM does not perform or help with this function.
TRIM is used to save time when writing to cells that were previously used.