What happens when utopia doesn't need you?

Humanity has perfectly perfected itself.

An accidental discovery in an otherwise seamless society creates the perfect juxtaposition of excess and need. The perfect society, after all, may not acknowledge the pioneer in its midst. Nor may it simply do away with him. The perfect society does the only thing it can with the rare individual cursed with a dissatisfaction for the perfect. It publicly pretends he or she doesn't exist and quietly attempts to limit their potential to disrupt. Humanity is doing quite well with this tactic until it is faced with what is now the  unspeakable; a new frontier.