Avoid aggravating movements lel.
Build up to it slowly e.g. volume or intensity and maintain perfect form.
Since I’m ur coach apparently I’ma chip in with my 2 cents.
New shit seems to always cause issues. New exercises, more volume etc. usually end up with soreness. If you continue front squatting and this goes away then that’ll be it.
On the other hand your form (hint: drop a vid) could be the cause of your issues. Front Squats necessitate a more vertical torso therefore knees track further out over your toes. This puts more stress on the knee and related structures which may predispose you to injury (predispose not guarantee tho… you need stress to get adaptions).
If your form is shit or you’re immobile/not built for front squatting this could become a problem.