If you want to have a move feature inline in your contextual menu of finder all you need to do is open up automator and create a simple move service item name it what you want, go to the services tab under the keyboard preference pane and even give it a hotkey.
QuickCopy is a great application that allows you to move/copy files quickly with a hotkey and have the nice feature of choosing between copy or move by pressing the option key to change. If you have "copy" as your default setting in QC holding the option key once the app is invoked will change it to "move." A very nice feature to move/copy apps all over your hard drive and can even add spotlight comments without ever taking your hand off the keyboard. I prefer something like this as I do not like to populate my services menu or menubar... actually why I also like the amazing app folderglance.
There is no app that changes your contextual view and options inline in finder/desktop like FolderGlance. If you really want a contextual menu to move, copy, create files, create folders, and even alias items to other places you MUST check out "FolderGlance." The app is simply amazing. Also, has the great features of adding custom locations and no more having to "show package contents" anymore if you choose the option. now when you right-click an app or package you can scroll right through it... no windows popping up... everything is inline. Oh yeah FolderGlance even has preview of any file you hover your mouse over when FolderGlance is invoked.
When it comes to moving/copying/aliasing/creating items and folders and previewing files just by hovering FolderGlance is the best and only choice if you like to work through your contextual menu in finder.
If a hotkey will work QuickCopy is great with many nice features and a recent folder list along with favorite folders like folderglance offers and finderpop offers but with the option to change between move and copy just by holding the option key down is very convenient.
Other than that, if you want inline and can work with automator (quite easy) then you can skip all these options and just use your service creation option and the service will appear as a "contextual menu" in finder... at the bottom.
Contextual menu's are not dead, but they are used in a different way, a bit harder to create but many dev's have done so... like folderglance and finderpop. The under used but very useful services menu replaced cm menu's somewhat, which is great imo as they are more useful, easier to create, and now quickly accessible via command click/right-click. Main benefit... services are "context" aware... i.e. if your working with text and right click a highlighted paragraph for instance services dealing with photos do not appear... only those that work with text will appear.
Anyways it comes down to three apps. FolderGlance, FinderPop, QuickCopy (as this is posted in MoveCM, so I assume your just moving files) and apple's own Automator. You can have contextual menu's again, actually more flexible but if you just want that plain one trick CM go with automator. If you want to be able to do everything through your CM menu in finder check out FolderGlance, it is amazing. FinderPop is also nice, but I prefer FG, try them both though, FP is free but does not have the kind of tweaking options FG has.