Call > Raise > Fold
There's a reasonable chance you're ahead, although he's called a flop raise so he has at least a pair of Queens. You're hoping he has a lower kicker.
Raising to $10 isn't too terrible because versus an overpair you're then unlikely to face a river bet, and facing a push you have an easy laydown, and maybe if he's tight you'll get him to lay down an overpair (but unlikely at $25 NL) or another AQ. Regard it as a "blocking raise". If he's behind, and your opponent is loose, you get extra value. Your opponent also needs to be a reasonable player who won't push with AQ.
Calling is better though, because you show down for probably a similar price to raising, and this is a hand you want to show down cheaply, holding just top pair. The trouble with calling is that you're telling your opponent you've just got a pair of Queens, and if you're behind you'll face a substantial value bet on the river. If your opponent knows you're a good player and could fold TPTK to a river bet, he may bet anyway as a bluff.
If you just call and your opponent checks the river, it's less likely he has an overpair or a set, and I like a small value bet that will get a call from KQ/QJ.