You need to loop the taxonomies and in doing so, get the taxonomy ID
Once you have that, you can access the custom fields you store against the taxonomy.
<?php if( $contacts = get_terms( array( 'taxonomy' => 'contact' ) ) ) : foreach( $contacts as $contact ) : $email_du_contact = get_field('email_du_contact', 'term_' .$contact->term_id );?> <?php echo $email_du_contact; ?> <?php endforeach; endif; ?>
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