You'll need to explain much more clearly what you are trying to do. A single style can have only one definition or appearance, but perhaps you can do what you want with multiple styles.
Sure - I have a Box with a Boxspace to the Boxframe.
Textbox on the left page: 0,0,3,10 mm
Textbox on the right page: 0,0,3,13 mm
The text has the same Text Style but when I move pages I always have to change the Style due to the move to a left or right page in order to get the same layout of the brochure.
I'm guessing you are translating from German, perhaps? Judging from the image, it looks like you have a text frame with colored fill, and that frame has different left and right insets (in English). Are you saying you want to swap the values for the left and right insets on opposite pages? Are you also trying to move things to a different column? Are the frames ALWAYS in the same positions?
Or are you just looking for a way to get the bleed on the right hand page?
Thx for your answer. Yup you got it just right! Yes this is what I'm trying to explain, the difference of the insets on the left and the right pages. The text frame with colored fill stays always at this position BUT its height is not fix, it varies regard to the text length. So I can't put it on the master page(s).
So if i Understand this correctly, the problem is that you want bleed onthe right hand page, but can't include it on the left. There might be a solution for this. Read this article: InDesignSecrets » Blog Archive » Breaking Pages Apart to Bleed Off a Spine and see if you think breaking the spread apart so any bleed on the frame at the spine would not show on the opposite page would work. Read down through the comment to find a script to break all the spreads in the document.