This is a DVD-Audio disc. Your other discs are presumably DVD-Video discs, or DVD-Audios that allow you to access DTS from the DVD-Audio menu.
DVD-Audio discs have two separate menu systems - one which DVD-Video players see, and one which DVD-Audio-capable players (like yours) see. The menu for DVD-A players is supposed to include everything from the DVD-V side, but this disc apparently fails to offer the DTS version in its DVD-A menu. As a workaround, your player should have a set-up option which allows you to see the DVD-V menu instead. But you don't want to use this, because...
The advanced resolution sound is better than DTS. It's high-resolution, uncompressed audio. Bit like the difference between CD and MP3 (except advanced resolution is better than CD, and DTS is better than MP3, but the same principle).
You shouldn't be using any surround modes on the receiver - make sure you're selecting the multi-channel input. That's the MULTI CH button on the remote.
When using the multi-channel input, the receiver won't do any bass management etc, it's up to the player, so you'll need to make sure speaker sizes and distances are set on the player.