But if ther Law #1 and the Law #2 are contradict each other then how a third law (#3)
could do law #1 and #2 coexist together?
Simply in stating that law 1 and 2 always contradict themselves.
However, let me reword my thought a little better… both laws would not really contradict themselves but would rather describe two opposite and complementary results of the same law, the third one, that would state in its formulation, that this opposition (as well as the third law itself) can only subsist if there is interaction between result 1 and 2. They cannot remain static, as this would indeed be illogical.
This interaction could take the form of an energetic exchange, having the potentiality of generating all future laws of motion and their results.