There is one principle that says "The universe is isotropic". It means it looks the same (on large scales) from any point you look from.
This means, in turn, that if you travel 786 trillion light years instantaneously in some direction, you'll find a very differnt sky but with exactly the same general structure: stars, galaxies, clusters of galaxies, and attractors.
Altough you can NOT travel so far so fast, you can make this mind experiment:
Send a spaceship so far at (almost) speed of light with a photo camera, take a 360º photo, come back, arrive 1572 triilion years afterwards.
While awaiting for the spaceship return, wait 786 trillion light years, take a 360º photo, wait the othe 768 trillion years.
Compare the two photos. They were taken at the same "Cosmic time", one of them 768 trillion years ago, here, and the other one maybe two or three years of spaceship time ago, 768 trillion light years afar.
The photos will look the the same on the rough scale.