Since your data consists of 2D data and a variable, it is difficult for me to determine what the variable is to make this 3D. So there are two ways you can view this data. In 2D, you can overlay multiple frames, but with 10 individual frames, what exactly do you want to discover or investigate? If you are looking for the "union" of all domains to find the region that is untouched, you can overlay all frames, making all but one without a background (Frame Attributes). If you want to see a progression of change, you can color code the edges in different frames based on either a rainbow or gray scale increments of color. You can even animate the frames so that they appear as individual overlays.
For a 3D perspective, you can produce a carpet plot in order to show a 3D progression. If each zone has the same number of points, we can construct a macro that will merge all the data sets into one data set for plotting in 3D, assuming that each set represents a line of data. If each data set is different but still a 1D line of data, we can combine all points into one set, triangulate it in X,Y and still produce the carpet plot. However, if you are looking for something more exact in time or space, then I need more information about the data set in order to proceed.
Looking forward to your response.
Aerospace Research Engineer
NASA Langley Research Center