The principle is about large scale similarities, ie. same density of stars, same distribution of types of stars, not about local variations.
Whether a quasar is in a specific spot is a matter of local variation, but if you meant to say that if we look 10 billion lightyears away and see about 1 quasar every million cubic light years, then the people there can look here and see the same distribution, then you'd be right.
BTW, my numbers are made up for the purpose of this exercise and is not likely to have any resemblence to any known universe.
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