Are they used in different contexts?
Those both of them use correct grammar?
Google fight shows that "out of the question" appear 10 times more often than the other.
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Out of THE question is the correct one in my opinion - I have never used this without the the but then I am not a native speaker.
Some sources mention that "Out of question" is an obsolete way of saying "Beyond doubt"
However we have both