Why? With your mind scattered amongst all the other scenes, this one scene will never get the full attention it deserves. You need to let it think it’s the only scene in the world.
Seriously, forget the other scenes. Pretend that this one scene is the only one you have. No others exist. When you do that, there are no assumptions that things will explained elsewhere and then forgotten. You develop it to its fullest potential because you don’t expect it to rely on another scene. It can stand on its own.
Remember that you can always remove something if it becomes redundant. Adding stuff in can be hard. But if you focus on one scene and develop it fully, you won’t be missing anything. Worst case is that you might have some repetition that can be eliminated.
Treat each scene/chapter as a short story that can stand alone. Then when you put it together you see a much deeper story.
I have more trouble with this during self-edits because I want to tackle it all at once. I can’t do that and do it justice. There are times I actually copy the chapter and put it in another document so I can’t reference the rest of the story. Then I keep telling myself it is a short story. I find that the chapter becomes more developed with meat in it.
Give it a try.