There is not an automatic way to do this. You will want to put it in maintenance mode (Mute alerts) for a short time until you get the monitor configured and "green". This method works ok for creating a small number of application monitors since you can view them right after creating them and do the maintenance mode. If your alerts are configured to kick off faster then you can get the monitor in maintenance mode, then you can put the node in maintenance mode before you create the monitor.
Generally though, I would say that most people use custom properties in the alert to know which monitors they want to be alerted on. Eventually you will have monitors that you never want to be alerted on and you need some way to filter that, and custom properties is a really good method for that. With the custom properties they will not be initially set, so it will not alert, then later you set them. I'm not suggesting you use custom properties just to get around your issue, I am only mentioning them because most people eventually need them for other reasons and they just happen to also solve this problem.