Why do values in the stack still exist there even after they are popped from the stack?

I was doing the OpenSecurityTraining's Intel x86 Intro course. One of the slides mentioned that even an element is popped from the stack, it still exists in the stack but considered "undefined". What is the use of doing that?

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