Per title. As I understand contempt, it's a setting in the eval function that adds a bonus for material remaining on the board. This makes the engine favor positions with more material (i.e. more complex, i.e. more scope to outplay the opponent). It is meant to make the engine avoid quick draws against inferior opposition.
Stockfish recently implemented NNUE eval, and I am unsure if NNUE eval can include contempt. If yes, how does it work? The description above doesn't seem to work anymore.