The most common reason is that the base curve and diameter do not fit your eyes. The curvature of the cornea in the front of the eye can be quite different from person to person, the contact lens should fit appropriately on that surface. If the contact lens is too tight, it cannot move properly. If it is too loose, it will move in your eyes and even slip off. Go back to your optometrist to confirm the size that fits your eyes.
If it has started happening only recently, and with the base curve that you usually wear successfully in that eye, then the most possible reason is the lens is inside out. Try inverting the lens and see if it stays where it belongs.