MacOS does not provide a facility to rotate your display outside of System Preferences. To work around this, we'll use a display rotation helper.
First download the latest version of DisplayRotation.
Copy the Rotation folder to /Applications.
Double click each of the services and import them into Automator.
Open System Preferences/Keyboard/Shortcuts/Services
Configure the following service shortcuts:
Standard Rotation: Command+Option+Control+Up Arrow
Rotate 90 Degrees: Command+Option+Control+Left Arrow
Rotate 180 Degrees: Command+Option+Control+Down Arrow
Rotate 270 Degrees: Command+Option+Control+Right Arrow
Open each application with right-click + Open beginning with Standard Rotation. If you get stuck, use the standard rotation shortcut to reset the display orientation.
Use the keyboard shortcuts or application wrappers to change orientation of your display.