Everything is transcendent because nobody can know everything about anything.
Even if somebody knew everything there was to know about something, they could still never know what everybody else thinks they know about that thing. Everything is, then, ultimately transcendent of comprehensive human knowledge, for our very own existence makes it impossible for us to acquire a full knowledge of what we all might understand about something. Ergo, true knowledge of anything in an “objective” sense is a singularity never attainable from the human scope of being.
So don’t pretend to know everything. That’s just dumb.