TT-bikes are about aerodynamics. One of the most important aerodynamical features is the reduction of front facing edges. This design adds useless extra FF edges to the seat post, top tube and BB-area. Other non-aerodynamic features are disc brakes, the bottle feeder tube, unoptimal tube shapes in the seat post, the hard chines in the down tube and BB area, extra width in the elevated chain stay to provide clerance for the chain. Not to mention that the extra chain stay width probably prevents the crank from making a full rotation. And it doesn't pass UCI's maximum tube width limitation of 8cm, so it should probably be classified as a triathlon bike.
Stay in school.