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Have you think about remove the package (i686) and try after update? Something like:

sudo dnf remove gdk-pixbuf2-2.38.1-1.fc29.i686 
sudo dnf autoremove && sudo dnf clean all 
sudo dnf update --refresh

And after you can try install the package again if you need it? sudo dnf install gdk-pixbuf2-2.38.1-1.fc29.i686

In the other hand you also could try update via comando --allowerasing like : sudo dnf upgrade --allowerasing

Maybe someone with more experience can help you. It is what i could imagine out what i could try.

Have you think about remove the package (i686) and try after update? Something like:

sudo dnf remove gdk-pixbuf2-2.38.1-1.fc29.i686 gdk-pixbuf2-2.38.0-6.fc29.i686 
sudo dnf autoremove && sudo dnf clean all 
sudo dnf update --refresh

And after you can try install the package again if you need it? sudo dnf install gdk-pixbuf2-2.38.1-1.fc29.i686

In the other hand you also could try update via comando --allowerasing like : sudo dnf upgrade --allowerasing

Maybe someone with more experience can help you. It is what i could imagine out what i could try.