First, you don't need to bleed them if you're just replacing pads and rotors. Sure, its a nice pm thing to do but just replace those first and after you're done and built up some confidence, do the bleeding later.
Secondly, not sure what worries you about cleaning and anti seize. You clean the rotors with a simple spray can of brake cleaner and rag to remove the shipping oil. Apply a thin layer of anti seize to the hub before putting the rotors on and onto the rotors where the wheels mate.
As stated, just read a couple DIYs and videos and you can do it.
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