@Lam Vinh Khang
Thank you for your post!
Yes, a Virtual Machine Contributor should be able to create a VM. Based off our Azure RBAC Virtual Machine Contributor doc, the VM contributor role has permissions (Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/*) to "perform all virtual machine actions including create, update, delete, start, restart, and power off virtual machines...".
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