Definitely one of the better examples I've seen of such an event. The wide format of the landscape and the "divide" caused by the canyons breaking the system into each of its components makes this eye catching and also slightly unsettling to imagine being lost in that enormous landscape whose mood would completely change depending on which shadow your'e standing in.
Not a planet you would want to be walking around on for too long without a hardened EVA suit. Even with said hardened suit, the x-ray flux from the neutron star's accretion disc would cook you inside out pretty quickly!
Seriously beautiful picture though. I love the contrasting orange of the main sequence star and the almost painfully-intense blue of the pulsar.
Actually, the planet itself would probably survive--it appears it's far enough out that I'd bet it's orbit has remained largely unchanged for now.
No, it'd be any natives on the planet that probably wouldn't survive for long. Radiation levels tend to spike critically around neutron stars (and the like), especially when "feeding" off of another star like shown here, and so that planet's probably getting a heavy and constant bombardment of it now, more than any natural defenses the planet may have already had against it could shield.
Of course, neutron stars are typically the result of a supernova, so more than likely, the blast from that had already "killed" the planet, now that I'm thinking about it.