Not to contradict, however, relativity shows us that one object can maintain two contradictory states.To push it far enough to believe that all everyday objects and states are in two contradictory but simultaneous states goes a tad far for me.
An example of this is the Lorentz-Fitzgerald Contraction. This shows us how as an object nears the speed of light its length contracts. However, from the perspective of someone moving along side this same object, the object will remain the same size. Thus one object can and does remain in two different states simultaneously.