Resonance structures do not describe the conformation (=energy state) of a molecule, but are didactic. They show how you can just flip schemactic $\pi$ electrons around the structure, without breaking any connection. The bond lenghts and angles are constant in the actual molecule, at values somewhere between those indicated by the resonance structures.
Between resonance structures, you don't look at a possible symmetry of the location of atoms, but regard them as unique and fixed (see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Born-Oppenheimer_approximation). Resonance structures can have different energy or be symmetric (=conformationally identical) to each other. If one resonance structure has higher energy than the others, that is just a hint that the actual structure might by more closely described by the other resonance structures.