To my knowledge, there is no way or preferences settings to really insert a copied element exactly at the same coordinate relative to the document that welcomes the "placed" elements.
But there are some good old tricks that can save you some time. Maybe you already know them. Personally, I love using the coordinate numbers because it's the most precise way to align elements and verify if they're aligned without any guide.
1) Use the coordinate XY, and insert these values in the new document when you do your paste in place. Also make sure the coordinates are relative to the top left corner, so your point 0.0 starts there, it's easier this way. On your example, the X is alright and you'll only need to add the value in the Y field.
The downside is that you need to remember exactly the coordinate numbers or note them down, and type them again.
2) That's a trick if you need to do a lot of copy paste on many elements and don't want to note down the coordinates. Simply trace a small transparent square and put it on the corner 0.0 on the coordinates XY. Then group it or select it together with the other elements you need to move, and do your "copy/paste" as you normally do.
When you'll do a paste in place or a normal paste, all you'll need to do is to type 0.0 in the XY coordinate boxes to place it at the right position, at 0.0. From what I see from your example, the X value will already be at "0", and you'll simply need to insert a "0" on the Y.
This works better if you don't have anything going outside of you paper size though and it's really a shortcut that doesn't fit all situations but still very useful.