Your funds have been returned to 0x32be343b94f860124dc4fee278fdcbd38c102d88, which according to Etherscan's public data, is the Poloniex Wallet. You tried to send ETH from Poloniex to a contract address 0x90795fEead69497DD1cfe99c79297B22E60515Fd (SynchroCoin Contract, which by quick googling, is used for a platform called SynchroLife, offering ERC-20 tokens for restaurant reviews). The problem lies in the fact that Poloniex controls this wallet. If you can contact a representative from Poloniex about your problem, providing relevant information such as the failed TxHash, your account name on Poloniex (NEVER share your password), and information of the smart contract you funded, they [hopefully] can return your funds to your wallet.
Meanwhile, you should make a habit of storing your ETH and ERC-20 tokens in a wallet where you control the private keys. Poloniex is centralized and controls your funds entirely, and depending on their policy, they may not be able to return funds that go against their policy. MyEtherWallet is an online wallet that you can use to interact with your ETH and ERC-20 tokens. They store no information about your wallet and private keys, or your activity. Alternatively, you can get a paper wallet or a wallet on your computer such as Mist or Parity.
Another thing to note is that wallets do not deactivate. All tokens are stored on the Ethereum blockchain, not on a physical wallet on a disk. Sending ETH to an address that is no longer controlled does not mean that the ETH can be returned.