There used to be a way in full AutoCAD when they had that issue, but apparently it got fixed several releases back. The workaround was to make the desired viewport a block. Then you could copy and paste it on another layout in the same drawing and it would retain the layer settings. Not sure if that will work for your situation, but it's worth a shot!
You could either;
Like jeh_uk1 said, layer states are the best way of doing this. The other ways are workarounds, whereas a layer state can be counted on and will work much more consistently than the other. Good workaround on the vp block though, it does work.
I've just tried Nestly's suggestion of creating a block, which seems like a good workaround, but I've noticed that it doesn't copy across any viewport overides that may be set up.
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