In order to compare, you need a controlled shot. The exposure is obviously a lot different, and a camera does not always focus where you think its focusing.
With both lenses at the same distance from the subject and same aperture on the same camera, the FOV will be identical.
So, either you have a lens problem, or the lenses are not focused on the same point.
If you set the lens to 3 ft by looking at the numbers in the focus window, they are only approximate, and that would cause a difference. Autofocus will also vary and may lock onto different items where there are many to pick from. You won't see this in the viewfinder as long as they are somewhere near the focus point used.
If you have manually set ISO, aperture, and shutter to be the same, one of the lenses likely has a aperture problem. If not, set them to be the same so you have comparable images, and arrange it so that there is only one item in the foreground for the camera to focus on, there are just too many possibilities in your photos..