# Why is it that magnetic fields(or any field)not move in space? [closed]

When I imagine a magnetic field produced by a magnet, or the electric field produced by a charge, I've learned that the fields are stationary, however, their value(across space) changes.

If I placed the magnet at a point $$P$$($$0,0,0$$), and then moved the magnet to $$P_2(1,1,1)$$ Why wouldn't it's associated magnetic field move with it?