As you can see from the whois, the domain has probably just been renewed:
Registry Expiry Date: 2019-01-27T00:48:16Z
Updated Date: 2018-01-27T15:43:21Z
Domain Status: ok https://icann.org/epp#ok
Even if the registrar whois does not seem correctly updated (its expiration date is still in the past).
The website is not down, it resolves perfectly and displays a webpage. Maybe not the one you were expecting, but still it works.
The registrar or the owner decided to monetize traffic and put some parking page, as you can also infer from the name of the nameservers.
This happens sometimes around expiration (another reason why it is silly to wait for the last minute, see my other comments), and maybe when the domain was really renewed the previous nameservers were not put back correctly, if the monetization was not intentional.
Indeed if you look at the Wayback Archive you can see there was a "live" site (not a parking one° before, like: http://web.archive.org/web/20180103034130/http://dangerouscreation.com/
The nameservers seem to have been previously
(you can see changes for example here: https://completedns.com/dns-history/?domain=DANGEROUSCREATION.COM)
In fact there are still configured as authoritative for this domain and do resolve the website with IP
188.8.131.52. If you force your local resolution to this IP in fact you will stil see the previous website.
So either the registrar forgot to put back the old nameservers or the owner just decided to not renew it and hence the registrar or another party is holding on the domain to monetize it.
There is no guarantee what will happen in a year. In fact the domain name could also be deleted at any time, like any other domain. So if this domain is really the one you want, and that you need it "soon" you will need to contact the current owner to see how it could sell it to you.
Otherwise, my stable advise, as sad as it may be, is just to choose another domain name, especially today with gTLDs you have so many options...