Yes there are two distinct cloud layers there. It's a similar situation to the animated GIF I posted, with low-level cumulus below higher cirrus. I don't see any evidence of contrails interacting with those lower clouds, either.There's two distinct layers of cloud there. I've indicated the lower clouds in pink here:
This is a case where time lapse, or just observation over a minute or two, can help identify the levels. The lower clouds usually appear to be moving faster, because they are closer to you. (That's not always the case, of course — sometimes upper clouds can appear faster than lower ones, depending on winds at different heights, but you can see which cloud level the contrails are moving with.)
I think there may be a contrail remnant in with the cirrus there, just above the top of the cumulus clouds slightly left of centre.