You might have figure it out of how to extract the most contributing features for each cluster, but since, someone else might stumbled upon this, so I am writing few lines.
You can not extract the most contributing features from clustered directly. The reason is that CCPlus uses all the point to create correlation matrix and used that matrix to cluster. In doing so, the individual value of each gene is lost/incorporated into the final value (the correlation/distance between two samples). Thus, it is not possible to extract the most contributing features from CCPlus output directly.
To extract these features, one way is, as pointed out by @halo22, extract samples belonging to each cluster and re-calculate the differential expression. Sort the genes based on logFC or p-value and then select after an arbitrary criteria (e.g. log2FC > +- 1 or p.adjusted-value < 0.01 or both). This has one drawback, that some genes might be duplicated, like gene X is also in cluster 1 and in cluster 2. Then you can add another criteria of higher expression or most significance.
I was trying to figure out another way, e.g. remove one feature (gene) and see whether the cluster is intact. But the number of genes are usually very high, and it is really difficult to check cluster-integrity for that many times.
Another way could be, after clustering samples, cluster the genes now into the same number of groups as that of samples. Now the problem is how one can link the cluster of gene to that of samples. Like how I can say that the sample cluster 2 is because of gene cluster 2. May be someone else can enlighten us here.