Yes this is possible. You can even have multiple sheets in the same drawing file.
When you insert a view there is a property that allows you to select which config
you want associated to that view.
Also after the view is placed RC on the view and select
and you will also see a part where you can change the config.
If I understand your question, yes it is possible. Select the drawing view. In the Property Manager, click on "More Properties". This will bring up view properties dialog box. Check the Configuration information "Use model's "in-use" or last saved configuration". This can be dangerous if you only have one drawing file representing many configurations. You open a drawing without the model being open will use the configuration that the model was saved in and that may not be the configuration you want.
Currently I am creating seperate drawings of every configuration which I feel is a waste of time.
You don't have to fully create drawings of every config from scratch.
After creating one fully detailed drawing, you can either make a copy the whole drawing and simply re-reference the views to the next config
Copy the sheet to another sheet within the same drawing, and again re-ref the views.