Everybody has their own definition of perfect, so is there an essential perfection ? You d have to assume a set of traits etc. a direction where the end of the road is perfection. But everyone has different experiences etc so can we even say there are such roads or different roads leading to the same perfection?
What if perfection is ''maxed out '' for everything at once to reach some kind of universal perfection: if something is everything at once it might as well be nothing. Structure is defined by differentials. Also mixing apple pie with beef and jello doesnt make it a good meal just because the parts are tasty independently.
And can there be perfection in a world where things can even ''be'' maxed out ? What about a world where/when we could infinitely evolve and reach ''perfection in infinite time'' (only works with constant energy addition to the system with our physics)? Even then perfection would be a direction rather than a thing. Is a direction a thing? It is certainly a concept we form in our minds.
In the end I doubt there can be perfection without the mind stating what perfection is, so it is ultimately a concept independently from how relevant the term is when applied to specific situations.