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If you assume AES is a pseudo-random permutation(which is pretty much necessary for it to be secure), then yes. However, it's way easier to just use a random IV/noce and keep the keys. Your new key must be distributed to both parties secretly, the IV/nonce can be public, so you can just send it (HMACed of course) in the clear. You obviously can't do this ...
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