Sorry I've been so long to answer.
: I tried the code you propose. Unfortunatly, it does not do the trick, the position is not kept, the object moves everyframe.
I checked the type of "thisComp.layer("Rouge sombre uni 1").transform.position.wiggle(12,50)", and it is an object, not an array like I expected. Now this object only has two properties which are x and y of my object. From there I tried putting it in a variable like this:
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XY = thisComp.layer("Rouge sombre uni 1").transform.position.wiggle(12,50);
Position = [ XY , XY]
But this still won't work with the valueAtTime() method.
I really don't get what I do not give to this method for it to work. It is the same if you want to loopOut() a wiggle or whatever. I guess that when you use thos methods, the nature of the object is modified but how? And how to get those infos back, I do not know.