Any imbalance in space devoted to different sections of content will become apparent.
This is a useful check on whether amalgamation of sections, or creation of further sections or sub-sections is needed.
It should be able to stand alone in representing why and how you did what you did, and what the results and implications are.
It is often only one page long, and there may be a word limit to adhere to.
Reading the acknowledgements in other dissertations in your field will give you an idea of the ways in which different kinds of help have been appreciated and mentioned.
The contents pages will show up the structure of the dissertation.
You will need to check which style of reporting is preferred in your field.
For example a scientific dissertation would probably have very clear separation between the results and the discussion of those results; whereas a social science dissertation might have an overall chapter called Findings, bringing the results and their discussion together.
Attending to the very restrictive word / space limit, while at the same including all the relevant material is quite a challenge.
It might be useful to look at how others have managed.