I'm having a bit of trouble wording this particular question, but here goes. Let's say I'm observing a spiral galaxy which is 100,000 lightyears across. The furthermost stars are seen as they were 100,000 years ago (not counting the number of lightyears away from the galaxy I'm positioned). What if I were wearing a special visor that allowed me to see each star's current position? What would that look like? Would the galaxy no longer be spiral? Would all the stars be cramped together in some strange shape?