How to position one object relative to another?

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On the website there is a very simple block caps logo on the left and a phone number mirror — inverted on the right. Next to the phone number there is a picture of the tube in the circle. I drive it back and forth and can't pick her right place. Move to one place, like, standards. Then look — there's no rules and so many times. Advise, in what place the block on the right in the GIF to place the picture tube and if possible, with an explanation. There are rules for the placing of ticks in the squares...
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April 19th 20 at 12:15
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April 19th 20 at 12:17
I drive it back and forth and can't pick her right place. Move to one place, like, standards. Then look — there's no rules and so many times...

This usually means that this element is not needed there at all. Each element on the page should be a purpose, do not need to add them just to. What is the purpose of the icons of the phone in this case? Here it should be clear that +7 495... is a phone. That is, the icon explaining what it is, it's not necessary (if there was a nick with a dog, it would be possible to add the icon of instagram or Twitter, to make it clear where he belongs, but the phone thing is universal). If in addition to the logo and phone number in the header is nothing, the icon helps to find something on the page, there is also not needed (well, that is bright bold lettering and it is so striking). In terms of correcting composition is also not entirely clear whether she is there (sometimes icons can be balanced with the negative space, but there probably glowing thing it will break). So why is she there?
April 19th 20 at 12:19
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